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María Eugenia Vidal and Mauricio Macri will be nominated as candidates for February – 12/9/2014



2200 cars will be geared to the Atlantic Coast for New Year's Eve and the beginning of the holidays, the governor of the provinces of Buenos Aires, María Eugenia Vidal, will be switching to a 2019 election in which the election of electoral engineering was avoided. He announced that he will be "in favor of what you can do to go back", and the mayor of Carlos Arroyo Cambiú suggested criticism. Yesterday, the public beaches of Mar del Plata were requested to share their inauguration.

"More than just positions, I take care of the work, to be in touch with the public," said Maria Eugenia Vidal in the radio section Back cover, Latin Atlantic FM (93.3). He confirmed that In February, together with Mauricio Macri, they will determine electoral roles. The change is in favor of the sector in the provincial elections, Buenos Aires, governments, legislators, mayor and councilors, before defining the presidential elections.

In this area, the bicameral committees of the 18 parliamentary committees begin to evaluate the constitutionality of the provincial electoral elections. It will take place on Thursday 3rd at Villa Victoria in Mar del Plata. The commission is made up of the President of the Provincial Deputy's Chamber, Manuel Mosca, de Cambiemos, as well as by Walter Lanaro, Dalton Jauregui, Aldana Ahumada and Emiliano Reparaz; Teresa García and Gervasio Bozzano (Citizen Unit); and José Luis Pallares (Front Renovador). Daniel Ivoskus, Laura Aprile and Gabriela Besana (Let's change). Facundo Tignanelli (Citizen Unit), Ricardo Lissalde (Front Renovador); María Alejandra Martínez (Amplio Justicialista Front); and Julio Pereyra (PJ Unit and Renewal).

This initiative was abandoned by the Foricialist Justicialist Party, but it was supported by Massis and Cambiemos, the majority of the Special Commission. Mosca, the team's chairman, advised former legislators. Fernando "Chino Navarro", Graciela Rego, Valeria Amendolara, Evangelina Ramirez, Marcelo Torres and Marcelo Diaz, Former Deputy Margarita Stolbizer. In any case, the opinion of the commission is not binding.

The debate with Mayor Arroyo

In the radio talk of Mar del Plata, the governor also mentioned the retirement of Mayor Carlos Arroyo (Cambiemos) before making public beaches. "I do not know very well what happened to me, because the mayor was not there," Vidal slipped.

General Pueyrredón Mayor, Carlos Arroyo, retired before the ceremony. Next, the Governor Maria Eugenia Vidal inaugurated the beach areas (Fabián Gastiarena)

General Pueyrredón Mayor, Carlos Arroyo, retired before the ceremony. Next, the Governor Maria Eugenia Vidal inaugurated the beach areas (Fabián Gastiarena)

"The truth is that I never had to worry about the place where I had to work on the protocol or action. When I see everything, the protagonists of the Mar del Plata are the Argentines who come to the city, the city's protagonist. There is no political or official, said the provincial leaders tension relationship With the common head of the General Party of Pueyrredón, under his direction.

"I am sorry, I feel that Mar del Plata is an important event for all the people of the town, for all the people … but well, people really care about who it tells, who we work for every day and talk with him," said du Vidalek.

After the departure of the mayor, radicals left half an hour before the governor arrived. As they went on, they were Guillermo Montenegro, the rise of the PRO-star of the national MP, He intends to be a candidate to be the mayor that comes from this. "I think people do what we value, we do not do it because we do not do it, we stand up or do our names on a poster. Every day we value ourselves for our commitment and evaluate us in every election," said Vidal.

"It seems more than one person who wants to be a mayor of this city, it seems to change and there are always steps to consolidate inequalities. Meanwhile, what matters is that we work every day," the governor concluded.


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