Facundo Manes, the last speaker of the event
The Radical Civic Union is determined to challenge the PRO in general and Horacio Rodríguez Larreta in particular for power by 2023. Excited by the results of the 2021 elections, the main leaders of the centennial party met in Ferro to give a message about the future of radicalism based on modernity, openness and the new breed of young people who already occupy spaces of power, especially in the province of Buenos Aires.
The first of the effusive messages in this regard was given by Maximiliano Abad, president of the Buenos Aires UCR: “When radicalism in the province of Buenos Aires is strong, national radicalism is strengthened, affects national politics and affects institutional matters. National radicalism is called as in other times to lead a coalition and seek the presidency of the Nation. We are the UCR of yesterday, today and forever that is preparing to lead Argentina ”.
Then, he emphasized the role that the party should play within Together for Change. Although he never named – neither he nor any of the speakers – the PRO, the Civic Coalition or any of its leaders, Abad said: “A single political party cannot take charge of all the problems in Argentina. Radicalism is a frontist party, we are going to strengthen, consolidate and expand our coalition, but from our own identity, with our values and our own ideas ”.
The event took place at the Ferro microstadium
And he added: “We have to positively influence our coalition, with our ideas, values, public policies and government programs. We have to influence so much that we have to build a popular center coalition in order to advance and build a new majority in Argentina ”.
“We have to go find and join the most dynamic sectors of our society. It was what Hipólito Yrigoyen did, an alliance with the sectors of work, production, students, professionals. It was the same thing that Alfonsín did, in a strategic alliance with the most dynamic and mobilized sectors, ”the leader added.
Among those present were, virtually and in person, Gerardo Morales, governor of Jujuy, Gustavo Valdés, from Corrientes, Ernesto Sanz, Alfredo Cornejo, Gustavo Posse, Mario Negri, Luis Naidenoff and Alejandra Lordén, vice president of the National Committee, among others.
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