The debate around the single candidacy of the Frente de Todos or the election of a candidate in the PASO reignited the internal ruling party, this time by the hand of two leaders referenced in Sergio Massa and Daniel Scioli.
The president of the Chamber of Deputies, Cecilia Moreau, took aim at officials worried about her candidacy, and Social Development Minister Victoria Tolosa Paz responded with an ironic: "Calm, radicals."
Both leaders sparked each other through the media with crosses and chicanes regarding the discussion on the electoral strategy of the ruling party towards the presidential elections.
"It is sad to arrive and see that locals and strangers, who generated the crisis that makes stabilization necessary, are here playing soldiers, while they should be fulfilling their obligations. Two sides of the same coin," Moreau tweeted Sunday.
In addition, he expressed his concern for the officials and "especially the ambassador in Brazil" who instead of dealing with management, in the midst of the complicated economic situation, deals with discussing candidacies.
Sergio Massa wants there to be a single candidate and Daniel Scioli wants to fight the PASO.
"Scioli is ambassador to Brazil and has to make a decision if he is going to be a candidate or continue as an official abroad, but this situation does not correspond while he campaigns and does not get credits or development paths for Argentina," he said.
This Wednesday, Tolosa Paz came out to respond: "Radical calm, is that for them the Peronists are fighting, but in reality we are reproducing. It strikes me that instead of looking with expectation that a Peronism is mobilizing, assemble lists, be willing to widen the barriers to participation, generate or threats of possible economic collapses, or the type 'we are going to leave the front', "he warned in dialogue with Radio Futurock.
The national official's reference is to the statements of Transportation Minister Diego Giuliano, who conditioned the permanence of the Frente Renovador in the Frente de Todos to an "electoral decision" so that there is no PASO.
Massismo will have a congress next Saturday where Massa will be the only speaker. "We are proposing reasonableness, it is very difficult to carry out this whole process if there is an intergovernmental STEP or between ministers, or between ministers and ambassadors, or ministers, ambassadors and some more, it is very complex," Giuliano insisted Wednesday on Radio Diez.
Meanwhile, he announced that Massa will give his position and that the will of the political force that he leads is that he be a presidential candidate, although it is tied to the personal decision of the economy minister.
Tolosa Paz, who days ago announced that she will be a pre-candidate for governor of the province of Buenos Aires, chided Moreau because of her origin in the UCR. "It seems to me that those of us who are Peronists have always seen how radicalism never understood our way of debating, of discussing, that in moments of definition this is generated, which is the heat of the enormous flame that is lit in the militancy when it sees enormous possibilities of participation is something that we have in our genesis and Peronist essence," Held.
Finally, also with irony, he invited her to participate in the plenaries held by his political force. "Able to come out effervescent like the militants," he added.
Finally, despite the chicanas, Tolosa Paz said that we must wait for Cristina Kirchner's definition regarding the candidacies, although he insisted that there is no candidate who "synthesizes" and represents the Frente de Todos.