Axel Kicillof, governor of the province of Buenos Aires, strongly supported Sergio Massa, a candidate for the Unión por la Patria for the presidency of the Nation in the face of the PASO. “We have a Minister of Economy who is going to be President as I am Governor,” said the Buenos Aires president in the framework of the act of launching the candidacy of Julio Alak —current head of the Buenos Aires Justice and Human Rights portfolio— as mayor of the city of La Plata.
“I think that those of us who are here are aware that in this election there is no room for doubt and there is no room for comfort. We are all clear that this election, like few others, is tremendously decisive. That we are facing a watershed, facing a complex and complicated situation that has a particularity: in the election that the right won back in 2015 with Macri as president and Vidal governor, on that occasion, during the campaign that we had to be in the Ministry of the Economy, when they say: ‘How difficult it is for a Minister of the Economy to be a candidate’, to lower the price of Massa. Know that today we have a Minister of Economy who is going to be president, as I am governor, ”Kicillof emphasized during his speech.
The governor of the province of Buenos Aires, it is worth remembering, participated this Saturday in the presentation ceremony of the Union for the Homeland list in the city of La Plata. It was about the launch of the current Buenos Aires Minister of Justice and Human Rights, Julio Alak, as a candidate for mayor and the director of the Cultural Institute, Florencia Saintout, who will go as provincial senator.
The event began at 2:00 p.m. at the UPCN campsite, located at 89 and 143 in the city of La Plata. And as planned in the preview of the act, Kicillof was in charge of making the closing speech.
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