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The table of the ruling party in the Province is consolidated with nods to Felipe Solá and without delegates from the President

The institutionalization and the launch of Bonarense table of the Front of All honest the obvious: Alberto Fernandez it does not have its own political arm in the main electoral district of the country. None of the 9 leaders who met and photographed on April 27 in the Buenos Aires government responds to the President.

Maximo Kirchner and Sergio Massathe main promoters of the new area of ​​political dialogue in the Province want the President to imitate them and convene a national table of the Front, an idea that the head of state previously pushed and now resists.

The leader of La Cámpora and president of the Buenos Aires PJ, for now, does not plan to incorporate leaders close to Fernández. Conversely, Kirchner approached former Foreign Minister Felipe Solá and analyzes adding it to the table of the provincial FDT, as advanced by the Letter P portal. There has not yet been a formal offer, but the son of the vice president raised the possibility 50 days ago.

For now they sit at the table, the governor Axel Kicillothe lieutenant governor and former mayor of La Matanza Veronica Magario; Malena Galmarini, on behalf of the Renovating Front; Mario Secco for the Great Front; Charles Castagnetofrom Kolina; Monica Macha, of New Encounter; the Buenos Aires government minister Cristina Alvarez Rodriguez and the mayor in use of license from Lomas de Zamora and chief of staff Martin Insaurralde.

In the coming weeks they plan to hold sessions in municipalities in the interior of Buenos Aires in another staging of political expansion.

Máximo Kirchner, Kicillof Martín Insaurralde and Malena Galmarini in the presentation of the table of the Buenos Aires FDT.

The former president of Buenos Aires broke all the bridges with the President, when Santiago Cafiero fired him at the request of the President to make room for the then Chief of Staff in the San Martín Palace, in the midst of the massive resignations of the Christian ministers and while the then Foreign Minister was flying to Mexico. Since then Solá approached Cristina and Máximo Kirchner and even gave a talk at the Patria Institute.

The Governor of Chaco Jorge Captainich, who does not hide his desire to be a candidate for the presidency, was the first to institutionalize the pro-government front in his district. He told the mayors about it during the inauguration of Matanzas Fernando Espinoza as head of the Federation of municipalities.

The “Coqui method” orders the representation of the leaders according to the number of members of each party. In the Province they see it with good eyes and one reason is clear: the majority party is by far the PJ led by Kirchner.

Fernández, who presides over Peronism at the national level, if he made a similar bet, he would have -a priori- more to lose than to win in such a bet. He could hardly hold more power than now, that he no longer even consults the direction of his management with Cristina Kirchner.

Felipe Solá with Oscar Parrilli, at the Patria Institute

Felipe Solá with Oscar Parrilli, at the Patria Institute

No Albertists in sight

Not even the ministers-intendants Gabriel Katopodis and Juan Zabaleta They recognize “albertists”, despite his proximity to Fernández. Nor were they invited for now to the Front’s Buenos Aires table. They both met with Martin Insaurralde and Andres Larroque a day after the general secretary of La Cámpora publicly attacked the President.

Both ask in public to put the management agenda before the internal one. They point out that there is a claim for unity from the bases beyond the intersections of the Peronist leadership.

Katopodis, who last year participated in a political table in an electoral key, where Cafiero joined late and partially, has a dialogue permanent with Insaurraldewho became head of the provincial cabinet with the endorsement of Kirchner and aspires to succeed his boss in the Kicillof papers.

The boss of La Cámpora and the governor seem to have ironed out rough edges and reduced mutual mistrust. The governor, who is determined to go for his re-election, joined the criticism of la Rosada and demanded funds to national management. They both shared a Tribute to Eva Perón in Los Toldos and the son of the deputy, in the act in Lanús, recognized Kicillof’s economic diagnosis in 2016 and asked the governor for applause for his effort in these two years of management.

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