Lisandro Almirón: “La Libertad Avanza and the Provincial Government are different spaces”

Lisandro Almirón: “La Libertad Avanza and the Provincial Government are different spaces”
Lisandro Almirón: “La Libertad Avanza and the Provincial Government are different spaces”

“La Libertad Avanza and the Provincial Government are different spaces,” said the national deputy for La Libertad Avanza, Lisandro Almirón, and marked his distance from the possibility of making an alliance with Corrientes radicalism. In Hoja de Ruta he commented on how he analyzes his space ahead of the elections in 2025. In this way, the possibility of a scenario of at least three-thirds for the race for governor of Corrientes is confirmed.

“The visit of Karina Milei and Martín Menem for our district was very important because it motivates and generates an important expectation within the space of La Libertad Avanza. It consolidates the space with its own identity in the face of a very close electoral scenario,” said the legislator regarding the arrival of national leaders to the Provincial Capital.

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Looking ahead to the 2025 electoral process, Almirón assured that “LLA in political terms is going to be the link, the backbone of what the alliance is going to be.” In this way, he confirms a political scenario of at least three-thirds in the gubernatorial election.

Regarding his space, he noted that it is spacious and is “willing to open the doors for those who want to join while respecting the ideas of freedom.” “That in principle is what we have been supporting in all districts and what is going to be supported in Corrientes,” he mentioned.

Almirón insisted that there is an “identity to take care of.” He assured that the next stage is to “start planning.” “Assemble the different alliance options that may occur,” he added.

“There is no doubt that we are going to present a candidate in 2025. We need to put the project above the candidacies. The candidacies are personal, the projects and the ideas go far beyond the personal candidacies. What we are going to discuss is going to be the way in which to build a political space, the way in which it is going to happen. But LLA is going to have a candidate,” he said.

In their space, according to Almirón, they will “receive everyone.” “We are going to discuss first what fiscal policies we want for the province, what we want to do in terms of security, what we want to do in terms of education. I think we have to turn the equation around,” he said.

Regarding the ruling alliance of Corrientes and the distance from it, he said that: “It is another space, well defined and with different ideas. I do not believe that a political space of government does not generate debate. We are going to generate the debate, we are going to seek what public policies we want to carry out”.

“It doesn’t seem to me that our equation is one of adding all the parts. It seems to me that in our equation of forming alliances, the priority is going to be putting together the provincial project that we want, opening the doors to those who do not participate in politics. Here The doors are open, regardless of the background and militancy they may have in other political spaces, as long as they respect what the national project is and what the ideas of freedom represent,” he concluded.

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