Elisa Carrió announced this Saturday that she will not be a candidate in the next elections. He did so through a letter, in which he stated that his application “lacks historical sense and my sacrifice would be useless.”
“Having confirmed the candidacy of Facundo Manes, my participation as a candidate in the province of Buenos Aires lacks historical sense and my sacrifice would be useless,” Lilita said in a press release.
The leader of the Civic Coalition sought to head a list of unity of Together for Change in the Province of Buenos Aires. This was what he had made known in interviews and within the armed opposition. “Having failed in the attempt to Unity, I renounce any candidacy,” he sentenced.
Carrió had already shown signs of internal short circuits in Juntos por el Cambio. It was when he fired: “Radicalism and my party are tired of being abused.”
“There is a lot of mistreatment of those who accompany us and I personally try to be with everyone. I fear for Argentina. We have to achieve unity. It is not a time for discord, it is a time for concord,” was his message on June 18 when the crosses of the PRO made the opposition alliance tremble.
Lilita interprets that with the launch of Manes there is no way to avoid an intern in the Province of Buenos Aires between the list headed by the neuroscientist and the one that will have Diego Santilli as the first candidate.
The text of your letter
“Having confirmed the candidacy of Facundo Manes, my participation as a candidate in the province of Buenos Aires lacks historical sense and my sacrifice would be useless.
He only did it for the Argentine Unity and Together for Change.
Having failed in the Unity attempt, I renounce any candidacy.
Argentina cannot be split and Together for Change cannot become a war of political positions.
We were born from a strategy that was sealed personally with Mauricio Macri and later in the Gualeguaychú Convention with the entire UCR.
Please God, that Argentina does not split and fragment “.