Once the president Alberto Fernandez come back from your tour of europe where he sought support to try to bring positions closer with him International Monetary Fund (IMF), the final stretch of the campaign will be put on his shoulder with the aim of recovering votes in the province of Buenos Aires and trying to prevent Cristina Kirchner from losing the quorum in the Senate of the Nation.
It will do so with the premise of showing a positive agenda that will include three axes: tighten price controls to prevent inflation from becoming an indomitable enemy that ends up burying the electoral aspirations of the ruling party; more presence of national and Buenos Aires officials in the province of Buenos Aires, the mother of all battles and monitoring of public works.
A sample of the concern that exists in the Casa Rosada for the first of these issues is the meeting that the Chief of Cabinet led on Monday Juan Manzur with his Buenos Aires pair Martin Insaurralde, the mayor of Berazategui Juan Jose Mussi, from Ituzaingó Alberto Barefoot and the deputy Julio Pereyra. According to sources familiar with the conversation, there was an analysis of how price controls and the state of public works are carried out in the municipalities and the importance of advancing with the works to show results.
In the Casa Rosada there is a climate of greater optimism. They understand that they will shorten the difference of five points that he obtained Together in the PASO and that the decision to have gone down to the territory in recent weeks caused the undecided to lean, to a large extent, for the Front of All. “The number of works that the national government did from north to south of Argentina in the two years of management is higher than what the macrismo did in four,” official sources say. However, the company does not appear simple: in Together they assure that they maintain the advantage in the first electoral section, the interior of Buenos Aires and that they could even increase their numbers in the third.
Although the information is handled under strict reserve, it is expected that upon his return Alberto Fernández will visit a series of suburban districts, accompanied by national officials. One version even indicates that on November 6 a mega act packed with leaders and officials to show unity and hope for a possible victory. The event would include the unions closest to the Government and social organizations.
With an eye on price control
One of the great bets of the Government is the controlled of marketing. Not only to prevent values from continuing to rise but to show in the midst of the campaign that the ruling party takes care of one of the main concerns of the people.
Avoid what the rise in prices continue to erode the pocket of the electorate will allow the ruling party to have a greater expectation after the defeat in the Primary, Open, Simultaneous and Mandatory (PASO). The Executive has already summoned mayors and governors by decree to control the values in the businesses of their jurisdictions, in a measure that generated strong criticism from businessmen and business owners.
These control actions are mainly concentrated in the suburbs, the mother of all battles. Two weeks ago the president Alberto Fernández made it clear at a lunch with mayors and Buenos Aires officials. It is about 1432 carefully priced products. In that meeting, the president asked to be closer to the people, listen to their demands, show management and convince the undecided. “The issue of price control is the demand of the people because it is the fight against inflation,” they say in the Casa Rosada. Upon withdrawing from the meeting, Mayor Mussi pointed out that “approximately 70% of the national control regulations are being complied with.”
Each step in this section of the campaign is typed by the Catalan advisor Antoni Gutiérrez Rubí, author of the idea to begin lower the level of confrontation with macrismo to expose a proactive and active agenda. “Concentrate on your ministries, on your own work agenda with proposals and management, show facts and reality,” he told the ministers who listened to him attentively at the last meeting that took place at the Casa Rosada.
The assessor also asked them to go even further down to the suburbs and tour the neighborhoods. Yesterday the Chief of Cabinet Juan Manzur traveled in the afternoon to the Buenos Aires city of José C. Paz to meet with Mario Ishii and take a tour. Last Friday several ministers also immersed themselves in the Province with the premise of touring the neighborhoods and bringing positive proposals to the electorate. The head of the Social Development portfolio, Juan Zabaleta, visited the Early Childhood Area in the Blandengues neighborhood, in Mercedes, and Gabriel Katopodis toured works in the Berazategui district of Buenos Aires. The idea is to deepen this agenda in the next 14 days.
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