Alberto Fernández voted and said that the ruling party is open to dialogue, what Vidal said when he voted, Myriam Bregman denounced irregularities and targeted Morales in Jujuy and much more

1. Alberto Fernández voted and said that the ruling party is open to dialogue

“It’s not us who don’t have dialogue,” the president said. And he said: “We have spoken with Cristina and we are all working together.” I kept reading here… 2. Vidal: “If everyone listens to the vote of the people, we will do our job better”

The candidate for deputy for the City spoke during the breakfast of Together for Change that she shared with Horacio Rodríguez Larreta and other leaders. I kept reading here…  3. Myriam Bregman denounced irregularities in the elections in the province of Jujuy

The first candidate for national deputy for the Left Unity Front (FIT-U) in the City of Buenos Aires, Myriam Bregman, accused the governor of Jujuy, Gerardo Morales, of changing the ballots of the Left Front for those of the PASO. I kept reading here…
 4. Kicillof: “We will wait for the result with joy and looking forward”

The governor of the province of Buenos Aires, Axel Kicillof, highlighted today the sanitary and climatic conditions under which the legislative elections are taking place, and asked the citizens to come and vote “with tranquility, joy and looking forward.” I kept reading here…  5. The Pearls of the Elections: the “White Pig”, The Squid Game and more

While the legislative elections are taking place, curiosities arise that add color to the election day. I kept reading here…  6. Santoro: “People don’t want more chamuyo or verse, we must solve the problems”

The candidate for national deputy of the Frente de Todos en la Ciudad called for citizens to vote to “revalidate their confidence in democracy.” I kept reading here…  7. Mauricio Macri: “Argentines have to be protagonists of a change of era”

The former president voted at table 658 of School Number 16 “Wenceslao Posse”, in the neighborhood of Palermo. I kept reading here…  8. Randazzo voted: “This country is going to change the day we stop voting against it”

The candidate for national deputy of Vamos por Vos pointed out against the polarization of the Front of All and Together for Change and stressed the importance of forming a new space. I kept reading here…  

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