Paradoxically, despite being repeated to any leader who will do what is necessary to ensure that Mauricio Macri is not re-elected, the former president will be functional to change in more than one province.
At least 10 provincial leaders of peronism have already decided not to tie their future to the presidential nomination of the former president and join the Federal Alternative, the front side promoted by Juan Manuel Urtubay (Salta) and Juan Chiaretti (Cordoba).
At Casa Rosada they end up polishing the calendar of governor's elections in the provinces. To get away from the national dispute, the governors of Peronis Sergio Casas (La Rioja), Domingo Pepo (Chaco), Mariano Archioni (Chubut), Juan Mansour (Tucuman), Gustavo Bordeaux (Entre Rios), Sergio Unak (San Juan) and Rosana Bertone (Tierra del Fuego), among others, will hold election campaigning campaigns. At the Patriot Institute, the refusal of presidents to play for Cybermanship is already generating the first exposed fractures that Casa Rosada will try to capitalize on polling stations. There are at least four provinces where Christina will plant her candidates for governors in an internal dispute to split the perronists of the territories and favored the only candidates from Cambiemes.
Tucuman is the leading case. There, Juan Manzur, who joined the armed alternative Perunism of Urtebei, Shiaretti, Sergio Massa and Miguel Piketo, will hit the competition of his predecessor, Jose Alperović, who will try to regain power with a ticket to Christina Unidad Ciudadana. "With 30 percent of the electorate we can defeat the Peronism Province," inspired by the interior ministry. Rogelio Frigio will present the candidates for Cambiemoos: Peronist Domingo Amaya, Rado José Kano and former Finance Minister Alfonso Prat Gay.
In Chubut, the exposed fracture of peronism places the re-election of Mariano Archioni, who suffers from the siege of Kirchner, the Rivadavian commander, Carlos Linares. "Chubut wins if we are all together," he warned in the last act he shared with Linares.
In San Juan, the administration is backed by Sergio Unagay, who must, however, strike a balance to prevent Kirchnerism from presenting Jose Luis Joga as a candidate for governor of Unidad Ciudadana outside of the PJ. The fracture of the Peronist electorate could also appeal to Cambiemes. In the province of Cuyo, radicalism will support Marcelo Orego's candidacy for a governor in Cambiemes, a front dividing it into production and labor, an act, the PRO, a civil dignity and a renewed crusade. Eduardo Castro noted that the party that reads "will not present" any candidate of the provincial president to compete with Orego and Gustavo Fernandez. Although Cambiemoos will go with a single candidate, UNICEh has emphasized the re-election. According to INDEC, the highest unemployment rate was registered in the Santa Rosa-He conglomerate in La Pampa, with 13.2%, ahead of Mar de Plata, 11.8%. By contrast, the lowest figure was recorded in San Juan, with only 2%.
In Entre Ríos, a similar phenomenon occurs. Gustavo Bordeaux will seek re-election but could face Kirscher Sergio Uribillari's candidacy, a division of the electoral flow of peronism, which revives the chances of Cambiemos in that province through radical Atilio Benedetti and Maricella Alfredo de Angelis. If the peronism has the same karma. Domingo Pepo, also a member of alternative peronism, has to face the plight of Jorge Kapitanich, the intention of Resistance, which Christina will try to return to government next year.
However, to change also suffers its own inner. There are many candidates in Cordoba, only a province where there is no STEP. Therefore, from the inside, they assess the possibility that the radicals Ramon Mestre, Mario Negri and the macerator Hector Baldasi will undergo an open practitioner that is not obligatory to define the candidate for unity that will face Shiareti, one of the governors closest to Casa Rosada.
The specific thing is that with Buenos Aires and Giujoui, both managed by Cambiemoos, they doubt; Salta, Formosa and the city of Buenos Aires next year will be the only areas that will unite the provincial and national elections.