Axel Kicillof will travel to La Pampa: more signs of his own construction and a message to Milei

Axel Kicillof will travel to La Pampa: more signs of his own construction and a message to Milei
Axel Kicillof will travel to La Pampa: more signs of his own construction and a message to Milei

The governor of the province of Buenos Aires, Axel Kicillofwill arrive this Friday in the province of La Pampa, where he will sign some agreements with his counterpart Sergio Ziliotto in another photo of content opposed to the policies of Javier Milei, who for his part once again summoned provincial leaders and representatives from other sectors to a new agreement like the one proposed in the May Pact. For now, the Buenos Aires and the Pampas already They declined the presidential call.

This Tuesday, both leaders participated in an event that took place within the framework of the 30th anniversary of the attack on the AMIA, which will take place on July 18, where governors and representatives of 18 provinces from a varied political spectrum were present. After that meeting, The people from Buenos Aires and the people from Pampa defined the details of Kicillof’s visit.

18 governors and representatives of provinces participated in the event to commemorate 30 years of the attack on the AMIA

In principle, as the Buenos Aires native himself announced this Monday, there will be a cooperation agreement between Banco Provincia and Banco de La Pampa. Also, as far as he could know Infobae, There is interest from La Pampa in the rural patrol system that Buenos Aires has through the acquisition of drones that the Buenos Aires executive made in China, when the Minister of Security was still Sergio Berni. That issue could be part of the agreements to be signed this Friday as well.

Ziliotto and Kicillof agree in their rejection of the call made by President Javier Milei last June 20 on the occasion of the Flag Day event and as a continuation of the so-called truncation of the May Pact. From Rosario, the head of state called on former presidents, governors, political authorities, members of the Supreme Court of Justice, businessmen and union members to sign a new agreement on July 9 in Tucumán.

“In order to achieve that dream of a prosperous and free Argentina, it is essential that all of us who share the cause of freedom, that all of us who understand that Argentina has to re-embrace the ideas that made us great, put aside our partisan blinders, Let’s get rid of particular interests and work together to establish the new economic order that Argentina needs to become a world power again,” he summarized. The toughest governors have already rejected that call.

Some points of the May Pact are from the platform of La Libertad Avanzanot from our party, from our strength. It would be strange for one to adhere to points with which one does not agree.“, was part of what Kicillof proposed. The argument is the same one he maintained when Milei made the call for the month of May, which was ultimately not achieved.

The provinces are not that unviable object that the national government proposes. The national government proposed the May Pact in July as the founding basis of a new Argentina and when I review the postulates of that agreement I don’t see development, I don’t see production, I don’t see work, I don’t see education, so I have nothing to share. Is there a need? Is Argentina going to change from one day to the next because there is a federal pact which is an imposition? If you need the photo for the Fund (IMF) don’t count on me. I am not going to sign something with a national government that is illegally keeping resources that belong to every Pampa man and woman.“, Ziliotto stated in the last hours – and in line with Kicillof – in statements A24. Both Buenos Aires and La Pampa have made presentations before the Supreme Court of Justice demanding the restitution of some funds that the national government suppressed, such as the Teacher Incentive Fund, for example.

The governor of Pampas, Sergio Ziliotto (REUTERS)

In addition to La Pampa, Kicillof plans in the short term to also sign management cooperation agreements – which are later translated into political signals – with the government of La Rioja. In the province of Norte Grande the Peronist governs Ricardo Quintelawho like the Buenos Aires and the Pampeanor maintains fierce opposition to the direction of the national government.

“We are working with several provinces on different aspects that obviously have to do with a deep conviction in federalism. Given the absence, desertion and attempts to dissolve this way of functioning in Argentina, our efforts have to do with collaboration and coordination with other provincial governments,” the Buenos Aires native explained last Monday when asked by this medium.

The meeting of the president of the province of Buenos Aires with his counterpart from Pampa will give continuity to the agreements that he already signed with the governor of Chubut, Nacho Torres and from Santa Fe, Maximiliano Pullaro. With the first, Buenos Aires provided 15 highly complex ambulances on loan, in addition to collaboration in the telemedicine system to be established in the Patagonian province. While with Santa Fe the coordination occurred in the fight against the drug criminal gangs that operate in the city of Rosario and surrounding areas. Buenos Aires lent patrol cars and equipment for patrolling Rosario and an agreement was also signed for the exchange of information between forces, since the same drug gangs operate in both Santa Fe and Buenos Aires territory.

The particularity was that with these two provinces the political differences are notable. While Torres is part of the PRO, Pullaro belongs to the UCR. Although both governors – especially Torres – have had their differences with Milei’s management, they urged their legislators to support the Base Law and the Fiscal Package in both the Deputies and the Senate, at least in the general vote. Something that Peronism rejected outright.

Despite this, Kicillof obtained the photos that begin to give him a more personal profile in the midst of the acephaly of the opposition leadership. After the formal events with his provincial peers, the man from Buenos Aires shared some meetings with different sectors of Peronism in those provinces. “Colleagues need someone to hug them,” summarized at that time one of the ministers who accompanied the Buenos Aires president on his forays through Chubut and Santa Fe.

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