November 26, 2018 – 01:03
The PJ president referred to the armed party and said he was "the main leader of the opposition." He also said that "we must achieve the unity of Peronism" and that "everyone must contain".
National Front Foreign Affairs President José Luis Gioja said yesterday that "if you are a Democrat, you can not" exclude former President Cristina Kirchner from an eventual internal party.
"I do not doubt Cristina Peronism or he is the main leader of the opposition, and if he decides to come forward, another different proposal will have to come and win," he said.
In the statements at Radio 10, the leader Justicialismo returned to ask for the union of the opposition and said that the army must be "all who are clear that the limit is all that is in the Rosada House", for which reason he rejected the possibility of separated from the current national senator of this space.
"If we are democrats, we can not do this, the one who has to do this is the one who votes, if the lady decides to show up in a big intern, it can not be the caprice of a person who is very anti-Kirchner I leave it aside, "he added.
In this respect, Gioja said that "the unity to be achieved" within the party "must contain all who do not marginalize anyone" because "no one has the person to decide who is sitting and who does not feel".
"We have to win the election to remove everything that leads and brings many problems to the majority of Argentinians," he added.
Former Governor of San Juan said that "it is also true that the unit is not 100%" of the leaders and assured that "if there is someone who does not want to enter, it will not enter", but clarified that "this is not the great majority of the opposition thought. "
Gioja pointed out that there are several provincial leaders who also believe that no one should be excluded from a possible step in peronism. .
Finally, the PJ president referred to the incidents that took place on Saturday in the Copa Libertadores final preview, which Boca and the river must compete with, and considered the events "to cover the fall of the industry and the country's crisis."
Carrió does not want an agreement with PJ
While UCR's domestic PRO promoter in Cambiemos and the government are preparing a radical dinner supper to agree an armistice, Civic Coalition leader Elisa Carrió keeps silent and warns internally that he will not accept any agreement that addresses PJ officialism.
"He maintains his position, he never wanted to know anything about PJ," he assured the close friends of the national MP about the possibility of building bridges with peronism before the 2019 elections.
Clarification stemmed from statements by Interior Minister Rogelio Frigerio, who this week in an interview with the NA said "we need to expand the base of Cambio's political support," and said his goal is to join the leaders of justice.
Carrió is mad at Frigerio for managing the budget negotiation for 2019 because, in his opinion, he has made numerous PJ concessions and also for his "constant attempts to bring" the peronists to the pro-government front.
The CC leader expressed himself by national deputy Marcela Campagnoli, who said on Thursday that the government "was too worried about the budget," but "PRO and UCR have not seen the maneuver come in."
For chaqueña, the outbreak of a seat in the Magistrates' Council was "the second part of a plan" by PJ to "guarantee impunity" and blaming its partners for not preventing it.