Corrientes was one of the three provinces that this Sunday lived an election day. Unlike San Juan and Misiones, who voted to decide their governors and vices, the Corrientes came to the polls to elect 15 deputies and 5 provincial senators, as well as councillors. With 40% of the counted tables, the ECO front, headed by the current Governor Gustavo Valdés, is imposed with 60.77% of the votes, followed by the front for the victory, which reaches 18.59%. Meanwhile, for deputies, ECHO took out 60.69%, while the FpV marches second with 18.59, 2%. This is the first electoral victory of the year for us to change. Minutes after 18.00, when the elections were closed, Valdés attributed the election victory and called «continue working to deepen the change».
Thank you, Alfredo! We are the party of civic liberties and democracy, which governs for general well-being, and if we ally ourselves with those who share our vocation-as in @ECOCtes-society accompanies us. https://t.co/YjGpZ5abzz — Gustavo Valdés (@gustavovaldesok)
June 2, 2019
«We are the party of civic liberties and democracy, which governs for the general welfare, and if we ally with those who share our vocation, as in ECHO, society accompanies us,» said the provincial president. In addition, in his Twitter account, he thanked the congratulations of the President of the UCR and governor of Mendoza, Alfredo Cornejo, and of the Vice governor of Buenos Aires, Daniel Salvador. In this note: