The candidate for national deputy for the City of Buenos Aires de La Libertad Avanza, Javier MileiHe was close to former president Mauricio Macri and, in turn, the rapprochement was reciprocal since the PRO leader argued that the ideas of the media economist are the same that he has defended years ago.
However, leaders of the Radical Civic Union (UCR) were against a possible arrival of Javier Milei Together for Change. Meanwhile, the vice president of the party’s national committee, Alejandra Lordén, said that the libertarian “He is not a person that he wants to have within the coalition”.
“Javier Milei Not only speak ill of the UCR, he despises and speaks with violence of many more things than the UCR. I don’t think we have many points in common “Lordén said in dialogue with Radio AM750.
In turn, she pointed out that the objective of the political space that she integrates is to lead Together for Change and “there is no room in that leadership” for the candidate and Writer that competes with the ex-governor of Buenos Aires, María Eugenia Vidal, in the City.
“I think that radicalism, republican Peronism and progressivism that make up Together for Change have nothing to do with Milei’s ideas,” he insisted on the question.
Martín Lousteau also criticized Javier Milei
The national senator of the UCR, Martín Lousteau, distanced himself from the economist and described him as “authoritarian”, in addition to stating that “if he had power, it would be a problem.”
He also pointed out that, “regardless of economic position, a person who treats everyone to his left as ‘shitty lefties’, who denies climate change, who thinks that women cannot exercise their rights”, does not it would be a solution but another inconvenience.
Consequently, Milei replied on Twitter: “Hello Mr. 125, without a doubt that someone who proposes ideas that lower inflation, boost economic growth and annihilate poverty and indigence, for the impoverishing political caste like you, is a trouble”.