The re-elected mayor and head of the Chubut UCR, Damián Biss, considered it necessary to “continue strengthening Together for Change in the province”, and to move forward “with more strength”, since “the next challenge is to demonstrate that we can all be together to demonstrate the new change.
The radical stressed that “although there was tension” due to the PRO’s support for Javier Milei, he assessed that the provincial context, where the front will be the government in the province and municipalities since December, should consolidate the project.
Although national radicalism has not yet set a position, the rawsense and president of the party made it clear that it is very early, but the intention is to “continue strengthening” the project and, in particular, in the province.
Some leaders also proposed strengthening the coalition, starting from what were the general elections where many exponents decided to open themselves from the bloc and contributed to the campaign of the libertarian, Javier Milie, who finally won the Presidency of the Nation.
Even a few weeks ago, the elected governor of Chubut, Ignacio “Nacho” Torres, stated that it will be the provincial district heads themselves who will seek to strengthen Together for Change, known for the departures of the former president, Mauricio Macri, and the former candidate for the Presidency of the Nation, Patricia Bullrich.
Surely, once the political order has been established in the country, post-election, the coalition leadership will advance other institutional strategies.