Officials, trade unionists and deputies will launch an “albertista” space within the Frente de Todos at the gates of the electoral year

The new space is referenced in the leadership of Alberto Fernández (Presidency)
The new space is referenced in the leadership of Alberto Fernández (Presidency)

Today, Monday at 6 p.m., representatives of various political and social sectors will come together to launch the space “In common” inside of the Front of All. A place designed as a tool to expand social and political participation within the governing coalition.

Is about a confluence of pre-existing political groupings regrouping from the need to start marking territory and political volume for the negotiations of the lists of the Front of All in 2021.

Times are shortening and different leaders decided to join forces to build a front closer to President Alberto Fernández, with the capacity to give debates and, at the same time, push for political spaces that will be in the internal bid of the Frente de Todos, where others orbit spaces like La Cámpora, the Evita Movement, the Frente Patria Grande and the National Current of Militancy.

The president of PJ Porteño, Víctor Santa María, one of the promoters of the new space (flickr)
The president of PJ Porteño, Víctor Santa María, one of the promoters of the new space (flickr)

The space is made up of the Minister of Education, Nicolas Trotta; the head of INADI, Victoria Donda; the president of the Buenos Aires PJ, Victor Santa Maria and the national deputies Gisela Marziotta (CABA), Rosana Bertone (Land of Fire), Small Cresto (Between Rivers) and Carolina Gailliard (Between rivers).

It is also made up of the deputies Facundo Moyano (Buenos Aires), Martín Soria (Río Negro); the Chief of Cabinet of the Chancellery, Guillermo Justo Chaves; the Secretary of Tourism, Yanina Martínez, the Head of the Institute Against Discrimination of the Office of the Ombudsman of CABA, María Rachid; the Peronist leader, Mariana Gras, the Undersecretary of Institutional and Government Relations, Sebastián Benítez Molas, and the writer and former ambassador to Paris, Eric Calcagno.

The intention is to add to the consolidation of the Frente de Todos and highlight the leadership of Alberto Fernández and Cristina Kirchner, although the majority of the leaders who make up the space do not respond to the political leadership of the Vice President.

As highlighted by the space in a statement, “‘En Común ‘aims to become a space for strengthening unity and it is characterized by the defense of the vulnerable sectors, the promotion of productive development, the defense of work and public education, federalism, the fight for gender equality, access to land and the expansion of rights ”.

Victoria Donda is another of the leaders that make up the political space (Gustavo Gavotti)
Victoria Donda is another of the leaders that make up the political space (Gustavo Gavotti)

“We come together because diversity makes us stronger, but, above all, because it gives the majority a voice. We are aware of the crisis the world is going through, the delicate situation of our country and the challenges that lie ahead. But we have in common an unshakable faith in the ability of our people to rise again even after the worst moments, “they said.

Those who form the new space emphasized the unity of the Government coalition. “The unit allowed the electoral victory of 2019 and its defense and expansion it is what will allow to promote the necessary transformations that our society expects after the negative policies that our country suffered in the management of Cambiemos and the complexity that the Covid-19 pandemic implies, ”they affirmed.

The presentation will be presented at the “Art_media Complex”, the same place that served as the bunker of the Frente de Todos last year and where the electoral triumph of the Fernández – Fernández formula was confirmed.

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