In the midst of the dispute with Cristina Kirchner and Massa, Alberto Fernández received Gildo Insfrán to influence the electoral strategy
One week after the PJ Congress re-elected him as president of the party legislative body, the governor of Formosa, Gildo Insfran, disembarked in Buenos Aires to start the political efforts against the closure of alliances on behalf of Justicialismo. In full struggle for the electoral strategy, which he confronts detractors and promoters of the internal system to define candidates, the provincial cacique sat down with Alberto Fernandez to begin negotiating the integration of forces and the rules of the game that must be presented on June 14.
Since he was once again in charge of Congress, Insfrán took several days to analyze the national situation, where will have a leading role in view of the registration of the Frente de Todos before the electoral justice. After starring in a series of events in Formosa, where the provincial congress was held, he landed in CABA ready to meet with the highest leaders of the ruling party. Today, between 4:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m., he was with the President in his office at the Casa Rosada.
The meeting becomes relevant in the context of strong disputes in the coalition. Last week, during the Justicialist congress that was held in Ferro, the Kirchner majority prevented Alberto Fernándezafter a struggle between their representatives and the soldiers k, share the pen with Insfrán to negotiate the formation of the electoral alliance for the PASO of August 13. The first president was finally marginalized from that key instance, where the distribution of power for each front party in the Generals will be defined according to the results obtained in the Primaries. And Kirchnerism plans to use that framework to discourage presidential candidates from its orbit, such as ambassador Daniel Scioli and Gainete boss Agustín Rossi.
The head of state, who maintains, however, the presidency of the PJ, bets on his personal relationship with Insfrán, one of the most questioned interior references by the opposition, whom he usually praises and visits. However, in the hard wing of the Government they see him as a faithful ally and They believe that his relationship with Cristina Kirchner will prevail above the link with the first president.
For now, the governor keeps his opinion on the PASO, the central axis of the disputes in the ruling party in reserve, prior to the closing of the lists of the June 24. Last Thursday, during the Congress at the Caballito club, he only gave a vague hint about his plans. “I am not going to do what Cristina Kirchner did and what Alberto Fernández does. I will do what is best for Peronism”he told an interlocutor.
The main concern of the Formoseño, in any case, is his political discussion with the Supreme Court, after the judicial presentation of the local opposition against his intentions to run for an eighth term in the next elections. Alberto Fernández has already taken sides in favor of his peers from Tucumán and San Juan, Juan Manzur and Sergio Uñac, who had a strong setback two weeks ago with the ruling that led to a precautionary measure from Together for Change and suspended the elections to governor in the respective provinces. But Cristina Kirchner has not yet given a demonstration of her closed support for her most senior governor, who seeks to perpetuate herself in command of the district in the July elections.
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