Vidal’s journey exposed internal fundamentalism

The culmination of the visit of national deputy and former governor of Buenos Aires María Eugenia Vidal, one of the main references of the PRO at the national level, once again to the transformation of the Chamber of Deputies, simultaneously unloading prisoners within the interblock. province. A meeting was to be held between the MLAs and the former governor yesterday, but he got frustrated due to paucity of time. A political function took place at the headquarters of the PRO Catamarca which was attended by several provincial leaders of the main opposition coalition.

After his tour of the province, Vidal led an act that was also attended by the presidents of the parties that made up the JPC in Catamarca: Francisco Monti (UCR), Rubén Manzi (CC-ERI), Carlos Molina (PRO), Juan Noblega. (NEO), Fernando Musella (federal meeting), in addition to several deputies, legislators, leaders and followers at the provincial level.

Among those absent was the deputy Juana Fernández (UCR-Morada), who marked their differences due to the arrival of Vidal and highlighted the differences between the UCR and the PRO in the Catamarca. Deputies Luis Fadell and Alejandro Pez (UCR-Linea Celeste), Alejandra Ponce (MIRA) and Jose Sousa (UCR-CPR) were also absent, although others such as Tiago Puente, Luis Lobo Vergara, Silvana Carrizo, Alfredo Marchioli and Carlos Marsilli were also absent. Natalia Sasetta and Enrique Cesarini were the representatives for the PRO.

A meeting was scheduled between Vidal and the JPC Interblock, but in the end it had to be postponed “for reasons of time” and the meeting concluded with brief speeches by the heads of each party and Vidal himself, in Harangu’s voice, he said. Called on attendees to “be ready to march or when the government decides”.

In the network, the deputy Puente called for the strengthening of the “unity of unity for change”. “It is the main responsibility of those of us who are part of this alliance. We will continue to work to strengthen ourselves and give Argentina a true alternative,” he said.

“Catamarca Has Potential”

In an interview given to Cai El Talon from Radio Ancaste Studios, Vidal highlighted “the growth potential of Catamarca”. The former governor valued mining, tourism and the production of walnut and olive groves as axes for that development. “At times there was talk of a poor North, but the North is not poor, the North has to develop its wealth. And Catamarca has enormous potential, it is a mining province, it is part of the Lithium Triangle; it is another nut. Nogal, the third largest producer of olive groves, has a lot of food that he can sell and not only to other provinces, but also to the world,” he remarked.

In addition, he stressed that “the people of Catamarca have immense tourism potential.” “We Argentina need to know this and to know this we must have more flights, better routes, so that all Argentines can reach those places,” he stressed, adding that “the real work must also arise throughout the national territory” . “. “When the youth want to start working, they can’t find work in their provinces and they don’t go anywhere else. We have to make sure that the youth can find work wherever they want,” he said.

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