CORDOBA. Let's change
yesterday he broadened his difference in Marcos Juarez, the eastern city of Cordoba, compared to what he had achieved in 2014, when the alliance took a first step in the formation. The candidate was the same, Pedro Dellarossa, son of a former mayor. The last name is Marcos Juarez as the Posse a
in Buenos Aires.
The difference in political society compared with four years earlier was that the neighborhood movement arrived divided; a part with Cambiemos and the other with Peronism. In 2014, the now re-elected mayor reached 36.48% and this year he added 52.4%; then he fought with the Peronist Daniel Fragazzini, who had nine points less yesterday than Eduardo Foresi (with the support of a neighborhood sector).
Dellarossa celebrated victory by sharing it with President Mauricio Macri to whom he offered it as a "fresh wind"
– the triumph gives courage to continue to grow in the province, where its radical partners have the greatest territorial control.
He climbed into his bet and in the middle of the feast in Marcos Juárez Ramon Mestre – now president of the Provincial Committee – stood with his idea of "a change in Cordoba" in which the Casa Rosada does not decide who will be the candidate for governor's year that's coming "The owners of Cambiemos are everything," he said.
Dear Pedro, congratulations on this triumph in dear Marcos Juárez, I remember that the Cambiemos dream began years ago; This trust that you have received today must be returned
Mauricio Macri (president of the nation)
. It was precisely the Minister of Defense who accompanied Macri four years ago to celebrate it in Marcos Juárez. At that time, the UCR was not yet determined to enter into an alliance with the PRO.
That is why Macri in his greeting to Dellarossa is called: "Dear Pedro, congratulations with this triumph in the dear Marcos Juárez, I remember that Cambiemos's dream started years ago, this confidence that you have received today must be every day be returned more strongly, more convinced than ever. "
) but differs from Mestre. He interpreted that there was "overwhelming support for the Dellarossa intendant and the direction taken by Macri to cope with the difficulties, to tell the truth, not to lie, to be serious and not to steal, to continue to accompany the Argentines."