Alberto Fernández received women leaders in Chapadmalal. (Presidency)
While preparing for the campaign that will span practically the entirety of the coming year, where he will try to compete for re-election, Alberto Fernández received national government officials at the official residence of Chapadmalal. Together with the leaders, the President and the ministers and secretaries sought to raise the gender agenda for the proselytizing career, as well as for the management in the last year of his mandate; he received the ideas from him and promised to emphasize the focus in that regard during 2023.
As reported from the Casa Rosada, Alberto Fernández “called to fulfill the utopia of equality so that all Argentines can fulfill their dream” during the working meeting with ministers and officials. Among them, the Legal and Technical Secretary, Vilma Ibarra; the spokesperson for the Presidency, Gabriela Cerruti; the Ministers of Social Development, Victoria Tolosa Paz; Cheers, Carla Vizzotti; Labor, Employment and Social Security, Raquel “Kelly” Olmos; Women, Gender and Diversity, Ayelén Mazzina.
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In front of the sea, where the head of state established his base of operations during the weekends of the pre-electoral summer, the officials presented to the president, in view of the race to close the lists, a transversal public policy agenda , aimed at “continuing to improve the lives of Argentines.”
The meeting took place in the Mirador Room of the Chapadmalal Presidential Residence, during the morning, to discuss ideas and actions for the year 2023. There, they met around a table headed by the President and by Tolosa Paz, the leader with territorial presence more akin to the Casa Rosada. The leaders agreed on the guidelines to strengthen an agenda with a gender perspective for 2023, with axes in “production, employment and the importance of the presence of the State to achieve them.”
“When I look back I realize that what we did was impressive. That is why I invite you to face this 2023 with great strength and conviction, knowing what we did and working to continue doing more and better,” the president told them. And he reminded the leaders, as he has been repeating in various addresses, that this year marks the 40th anniversary of democracy.
Within this framework, the president urged the leaders to “advance with all the issues of gender and diversity that we have pending because what we do not do may not be done anymore,” referring to the possibility that there is a change of national political color in the next elections.
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Among the secretaries present were those of International Economic Relations, Cecilia Todesca Bocco; Climate Change, Sustainable Development and Innovation, Cecilia Nicolini; of Sports, Inés Arrondo; Tourism Promotion, Yanina Martínez; for Management and Public Employment, Ana Castellani and for Public Innovation, Micaela Sánchez Malcolm.
This is the third weekend that the president spends on the coast of the province of Buenos Aires, the most important district due to its population density. In the past, he had been to Mar del Plata and Miramar, and later he traveled to Exaltación de la Cruz, in the interior of Buenos Aires. In those places he also held political meetings. Without going any further, also in Chapadmalal, he had received mayors and councilors from different districts together with the governor, Axel Kicillof, with whom he seeks to oil the bond.
Also present today were the Presidential adviser, Dora Barrancos; the heads of the Advisory Cabinet Unit of the Legal and Technical Secretary, Florencia Feldman; from the Special Temporary Executing Unit for Strengthening the Care Infrastructure, from the Ministry of Social Development, María de los Ángeles Higonet; from the Cabinet of Advisors Unit of the Foreign Ministry, Luciana Tito; from INADI, Greta Pena; the presidents of the Banco de la Nación Argentina, Silvina Batakis; from the National Council for the Coordination of Social Policies, Marisol Merquel; from Radio and Television Argentina Sociedad del Estado (RTA), Rosario Lufrano and from Agencia Télam, Bernarda Llorente; the executive director of the National Youth Institute (Injuve), Julia Epstein and the Undersecretary for Parliamentary Affairs of the Chief of the Cabinet of Ministers, Cecilia Gómez Mirada.
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