Mauricio Macri, Javier Milei, José Luis Espert, Patricia Bullrich and Ricardo López Murphy joined forces to condemn the Cuban government and begin to isolate the moderate sector of the PRO led by Horacio Rodríguez Larreta.
This group of leaders expressed their adherence to the “Letter of support for the Cuban people” published by the Fundación Libertad, through its international chapter, the Fundación Internacional para la Libertad (FIL) chaired by Mario Vargas Llosa.
Milei proposes an alliance with Macri, the PRO hawks and federal Peronism by 2023
This is the first joint action between the “hawks” of the PRO and the liberal candidates, who had already flirted discursively last week. In larretismo it was understood as a challenge, since Milei was openly questioned in recent days and set as a limit.
“Milei has nothing to do with us,” said María Eugenia Vidal, the candidate of Juntos en la Capital. “Of course we have nothing to do with it. You are a social democratic pigeon and you defend and you are part of the model of the caste that sinks people to favor politicians,” Milei retorted.
The liberal candidate proposes an alliance with Macri, the PRO hawks and federal Peronism for 2023, and at the same time accuses Larreta and Vidal of being “socialists.”
In the PRO they understand that this scenario will be seen more clearly in 2023, when Larreta faces the problem of seducing the right-wing sectors that have a much more extreme discourse than his and commune at the same time with Macri and Bullrich.
The text on Cuba was issued days after the civic protest called by Cuban activists, which is scheduled for November 15 in various cities on the island and around the world. The objective of the demonstration is to demand that the rights of Cubans be respected, the release of political prisoners and the solution of their problems through democratic and peaceful means.
Lousteau said that Milei is a “problem” and the liberal replied: “Mr 125”
In addition to the aforementioned political leaders, the letter has the signature of the Nobel Prize in Literature, the Peruvian Mario Vargas Llosa; the former presidents of Uruguay, Luis Alberto Lacalle; from Ecuador, Lenin Moreno; from Mexico, Ernesto Zedillo; from Bolivia, Jorge Quiroga; and from El Salvador, Alfredo Cristiani. The president of the Popular Party of Spain, Pablo Casado, and the president of the Community of Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, also joined.
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First joint action of Macri, Milei, Espert and Patricia complicates Larreta