In a statement, the Campaigner Group, Le Campora, accused the governor Maria Eugenia Vidal of trying to unfold the election to become a candidate in the province and months later for the presidency.
"For the first time since the return of democracy, the province of Buenos Aires will try to advance its electoral timetable with respect to national elections, With the goal of giving Governor Maria Eugenia Vidal the chance to present themselves as a candidate both times."As the last desperate attempt to change, try to keep one of these two districts," La Campora says in a statement on the Sabbath.
Titled "They play" first me & # 39; and & # 39; after me & # 39; & # 39 ;, the text claims that the bet for Vidal responds to "visible Mauricio Macri's failure." Says, "The priming party decided to promote a game as risky as unnecessary, Staggering the call to a bicameral commission without binding character (which is to say that it has not been implemented by the Executive Power), which also wants to discuss really necessary issues such as the financing of electoral campaigns "
From La Campora argue that the call to a Bicameral Commission is "an excuse to delay the discussion and to gain time to complete a maneuver that will allow the governor to have the necessary conditions to be able to compete with the provincial election and months later be a presidential alternative. For Cambio, in a context of economic disaster and the consequent collapse of Makri's re-election project ".
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"For the first time since the return of democracy, the province of Buenos Aires will try to advance its electoral timeliness with respect to national elections, with the goal of giving governor Maria Eugenia Vidal the opportunity to present themselves as a candidate both times. The last desperate attempt to change was to try to keep one of these two districts.
In this case, the presenter party decided to promote a game as huge as unnecessary, starting with the staging of the call to a bicameral commission without binding (which is why it decided it could not be implemented by the statement branch) To discuss really necessary issues such as the financing of electoral campaigns.
When just two years ago the Buenos Aires Legislature watched important modifications in the electoral system of the province, as the gender parity of the lists or the limit to re-election of the inmates, there is no need to conform to any Bicameral Commission. Is an excuse to delay the discussion and gain time to specify a maneuver, which allows the governor to have the necessary deadlines to compete with the provincial election and months later as a presidential one. Choice for change, in a context of Economic disaster and the consequent collapse of Mccree's reelektyon project.
There was also no bicameral commission to complete the most recent increase in public service tariffs, or to study mechanisms to control inflation, to name only two examples of issues that press citizens, but not take account of an electoral reform that serves to change the Dates and way of voting in the most important elections in the country.
In a province that is among the most affected by the general economic crisis in which the country is located, and the permanent consequences of the social consequences generated by the negative numbers of the administration, the governor has defined priorities to happen for his A personal political project, transporting people from Buenos Aires to a problem that does not belong to Buenos Aires.
The creativity that they use to reinterpret laws or write new norms that cater to their political ambitions may be used to govern the most important thing. It's not a problem of the voting system that Morri is not necessarily competitive: there is a problem of how he's transformed in the three years.
Ultimately, it's worth wondering what will happen to the country's most important provincial governance (by extension, population and national GDP, among other things), in which case Vidal forbid the early elections that will promote what will happen In case of a change in the provincial government between June and December, do we lose Buenos Aires? Will Wale participate in the events of the national campaign after losing? Will you make decisions that upset your mandate? Will you agree with your successor or successor an orderly transition that takes into account the financial disaster your administration is going to leave?
None of the questions can be answered, for the simple reason that they haven't taken into account when embarking on this irresponsible adventure, which only aims to satisfy the whims of three or four living.