Morales affirmed that they seek to “consolidate the unity of Together for Change”

After casting his vote in the elections of Jujuy, the current governor and presidential candidate for the Radical Civic Union (UCR), Gerardo Morales, referred to the current situation of Together for Change and the province. Through a press conference he gave, the leader said that “our party is going through a good moment. We have 70% of the country with competitive candidates. We are going through a moment of important dialogue, we work to consolidate the unity of Together for Change”, adding that “we expect to have good results as radicalism and within the framework of JxC”. As for the elections that are being carried out in the province that governs, these have as main candidates to win the election to the formula integrated by the current Minister of Finance, Carlos Sadir, and the provincial deputy, Alberto Bernis.De this way, Morales said that “we are plebisciting the management that will fulfill 8 years that has transformed the province”, and added that “Jujuy is not going to be the one of 2015, ever again. The challenge is to generate work. Genuine work is the only thing that lifts people out of poverty.” Finally, he confirmed that the head of the Buenos Aires Government, Horacio Rodríguez Larreta; Senator Martin Lousteau; the deputy and president of the Civic Coalition, Maximiliano Ferraro; and the head of the UCR Bloc in Deputies, Mario Negri.

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