While 2,200 cars per hour are heading to the Atlantic coast to celebrate the New Year and start vacations, the governor of the province of Buenos Aires, Maria Eugenia Vidal, was interviewed in which she avoided electoral engineering definitions. We are moving to the elections of 2019. He announced that he would be "where I can contribute," and slipped criticism from the mayor of Cambias-Carlos Arroyo, who yesterday withdrew his authority to open public beaches in Mar del Plata, which they had to share.
“More than posts, I take care of work, communicate with people,” Maria Evgenia Vidal said on the radio program. Back coverFM Atlant Latina (93.3). He repeated that in February, they, along with President Mauricio Macri, will determine the electoral roles. The sector of change contributes to the deployment of elections in the provinces, so Buenos Aires defines the government as legislators, mayors and councilors before the presidential election.
Within this framework, a bicameral commission of 18 lawmakers begins to work, which will assess the constitutionality of the expanded elections in the provinces. He will meet on Thursday 3 at Villa Victoria in Mar del Plata. The Commission is headed by the President of the Province of Manuel Mosca of Kambiemos, and also includes Senators Walter Lanaro, Dalton Horegui, Aldan Ahumad and Emiliano Reparaz (Smena); Teresa Garcia and Gervasio Bozzano (Civic Division); and José Luis Pallares (Front Renovador). And deputies Daniel Ivoskus, Laura Aprile and Gabriela Bezan (Let's change). Facundo Tinanelli (Citizen Unit), Ricardo Lissalde (Front Renovador); Maria Alejandra Martinez (Front Amplio of the Judicialist); and Julio Pereira (PJ Unit and Renewal).
This initiative was rejected by the provincial justicial party, but it enjoys the support of the masses and the cambiemos, who constitute the majority in a special commission. Mosca, as president of the working group, opened the game to former lawmakers as advisers. He called Fernando "Chino Navarro", Graciela Rego, Valeria Amendolar, Evangelina Ramirez, Marcelo Torres and Marcelo Diaz, former deputy Margarita Stolbizer. In any case, the opinion of the commission is not mandatory.
Dispute with the mayor of Arroyo
In a radio interview in Mar del Plata, the Governor also mentioned a dispute about the withdrawal of Mayor Carlos Arroyo (Kambiemos) before the presentation of public beaches. “I don’t know very well what happened, because when I arrived, the mayor was no longer there,” Vidal slipped.
Mayor of General Pueyrredona Carlos Arroyo resigned before Governor Maria Eugenia Vidal later opened public beaches (Fabian Hastyarena)
“The truth is that I never cared about the protocol or the place that I had to take in one action. It seems to me that when we do this, the main characters are the people from Mar del Plata, these are Argentines who come to the city, the main character is the city. No politician or official, including me, either, "said the provincial leader, who has strained relations with the communal head of the Partido de General Pueyrredón, which is aimed at his leadership
"So sorry, sorry, because it was an important event for people from Mar del Plata, for all people … but well, there were people who really matter, who counts, for whom we work every day and with who I'm talking about on the spot, "said Vidal.
After the departure of the mayor, who left half an hour before the governor's arrival, the radicals also left. As it turned out, they were Annoyed by the fame of the national deputy Guillermo of Montenegro, from PRO, who seeks to become a candidate for mayor next year in the area. “I believe that people value us for what we do, and not for the place we occupy in the act, for where we are, or for how our name is on the poster. He values us for our commitment every day and assesses us in every election for this, ”Vidal replied.
“The fact that there is more than one person who wants to be the mayor of this city seems to me valuable to change, and there are always steps to settle the differences. Meanwhile, what is important is what we work on every day, "the governor concluded.