The political flirtation that Patricia Bullrich and Javier Milei had months ago after a while ran out and recently came to an end. It was the libertarian deputy who first pointed out that Together for Change “is a structure destined to fail” and now the head of the PRO was the one who definitively closed the door; Although more subtle, she did not rule out possible future alliances in a possible government led by the current opposition.
In the midst of the internal JxC, which deepened not only at the national level but also in different provinces, the former Minister of Security pointed out that the coalition, despite the differences, has “a common program” and that it is working so that there is ” political order”. “It is increasingly clear to us that change has to be very challenging and we have to encourage ourselves like never before to go towards a thorough change,” she proposed without further details.
In this regard, he ratified his candidacy for the presidency of the Nation, remarking that he has “a project, a commitment, a challenge and courage.”
In dialogue with La Nación+ (LN+), when asked if Mauricio Macri gave him any clues regarding how he will play in this electoral contest, he replied that the former president told him “what he always says”, that “he has not yet signed up ”. “I don’t ask him anymore because it doesn’t make sense, the answer will be the same,” she added, downplaying it.
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During the same interview, he was asked about the figure of Javier Milei and if he has reserved a place for him in an eventual presidency of his. “Together for Change is not going to make an alliance with Milei because he is going to present himself on his side,” Bullrich replied. But he did not rule out possible future alliances: “If I get to the Government, it is much better for me to be able to work with Milei than to have to go to negotiate with Peronist governors who grab your wallet. I don’t want to talk about charges, there is a team working with me; but it would be important to have a political agreement, perhaps Milei has 10 liberal deputies who can vote on the packages of reform laws that we carry out”.
Bullrich and Milei during an opposition march
At the end of January, the legislator of La Libertad Avanza stated that with the main opposition coalition “I can’t have anything.” “It is a group of miserable dragged by a charge who are united to see if they can steal a charge. They are going to create a new flop. I am not willing to be part of a structure that is doomed to fail,” said the libertarian.
“We already had a rally of these characteristics: the Alliance. They got together to beat Peronism, but that government ended up terrifying. Later, they followed the same strategy, Together for Change, which ended with a deplorable government. And I thought that only Peronism could fix this, because they are verticalists, but they put together the Frente de Todos, which is another disaster. So, if you are not sure where you are going, it will go wrong”, he had argued weeks ago in dialogue with Radio Rivadavia.
In the interview that Bullrich gave this Wednesday, he stressed that by the month of June his space will have “all the written laws” that he intends to present in an eventual government. But he clarified: “We are going to show them little by little.” However, he made it clear that his policy will be “shock” and that on December 10 Congress must be “voting all the necessary laws” and “repealing all those that are a disaster.”
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