The candidate of the Frente de Todos for the City of Buenos Aires, Leandro Santoro, made an unusual comparison between the president of PRO, Patricia Bullrich, and the German Chancellor Angela Merkel. The starting point of his statements was the speech of his opponent Javier Milei.
Santoro explained: “Next to Javier Milei, Patricia Bullrich looks like Merkel”, Since the Economist “So radicalizes his speech” that the president of the PRO seems “moderate”. For this reason, the political scientist pointed out that Together for Change “uses” the liberal. Santoro’s statements came hours after the economist closed his campaign with a right-wing speech.
Looking ahead to the general elections, Santoro lashed out at Javier Milei and he pointed out that in the opposition “they take advantage of the fact that the guy obviously lost his inhibitory brakes, because he is capable of saying anything”.
The candidate indicated that society realizes that Milei “Criticism is exceeded by the right to any system”, something that puts the leaders of Together for Change in a “position of moderation”, according to Santoro in a conversation with C5N.
In relation to the advance of the speech of the extreme right, the legislator of the City of Buenos Aires warned that “it is a favorable climate of time to try to apply the policies of cutting labor rights and adjusting social spending.”
For this very reason, Milei “It needs an alliance between Juntos por el Cambio and the Libertarian Party to come to power” and “build an economic program that is going to be more aggressive for society than was Domingo Cavallo’s program”.
Together for the Change winks at Milei
After Javier Milei has been moderate with Bullrich and former president Mauricio Macri, the president of the PRO did not rule out the possibility of an alliance with the liberal, in the event that he comes to power in Congress.
Some days ago, Milei He considered in TN that the errors of Together for Change were due to the forces that compose them, for which he blamed Radicalism as the main responsible for the failures of Macri’s management.