Elections 2023, live: “We show that there is another way out, another way of seeing the country,” said Myriam Bregman
Elections 2023: what is Parlasur and what positions are renewed this year?
The general elections will be this Sunday, October 22 and participation is mandatory for all citizens who appear on the electoral roll.
This October 22, the general elections will be held in Argentina to elect the president, vice president, deputies and national senators. But, in addition, candidates will be elected Mercosur Parliamentalso know as Parlasur.
Myriam Bregman: “We show that there is another way out, another way of seeing the country”
The presidential candidate of the Left Front and Workers-Unity, Myriam Bregman, highlighted this Thursday the proposals for the space it represents and the differences they present with respect to the other forces that will participate in the sunday general election,
“We show that there is another way out, another way of seeing the country in the face of the problems we have, such as, for example, the IMF.", stated the PTS representative in communication with Splendid.
And I add: "I still can't realize that the day of the general elections has arrivedFor us it is a particular challenge, we know the economic power that other campaigns have, they have had the courage to say that (the candidate of La Libertad Avanza, Javier) Milei was the savior of Argentina, but little by little the myths are falling“said the national representative.
Likewise, Bregman accused Milei of “denying femicides and climate change,” and took aim at his rivals in Union for the Homeland, Sergio Massa, and Together for Change, Patricia Bullrich: “Massa talks a lot, but As a minister he proved to be subject to the Fund and Bullrich is the tough hand”.
What is the weather forecast for the elections on Sunday, October 22?
The arrival of a cold air front through the Pampas region could lead to isolated rainfall for the city of Buenos Aires and the AMBA. The weather expected for the rest of the country and how weather conditions influence the elections
Next Sunday, October 22, the general elections 2023during which Argentine citizens who appear in the electoral roll They must attend the polls to elect the new president, vice president, 43 Parlasur representatives, 130 deputies and 24 senators for the National Congress.
Guillermo Moreno anticipated who he will vote for in the presidential elections
The former Peronist candidate revealed what he will do on Sunday in the dark room
He economist and former candidate for president of the Nation for “Principles and Values”, Guillermo Moreno, announced in the last few hours who will give their vote in the national representative category in the general elections next Sunday, October 22. To the surprise of some, the former Secretary of Internal Trade of Argentina will not vote for the ruling party's candidate, Sergio Massaand he will not do it for any of the candidates for Head of State.
Florencio Randazzo: “With us, Argentina emerges from the crisis faster”
He national deputy and candidate for vice president of We Do for Our Country, Florencio Randazzowas confident of being able to achieve a victory in the next general elections and assured that “Argentina emerges faster from the crisis” with his government.
“It seems to me that the different alternatives to the crack are La Libertad Avanza and on the other side we are, No?. I have no doubt that Schiaretti is the best candidate for president and would be the best president that we Argentines could have.. “He is a man from the federal interior, he governs one of the most important provinces, the second most important province in Argentina,” said the Peronist leader in dialogue with radio. Network.
And I add: "We are so sick, so sick that the fact of being respectful, of being able to chat with someone implies something negative. “It seems to me that that is a problem.”
Likewise, he charged strongly against the ruling party. “Kirchnerism does not represent Peronism. Peronism had only one class of men, who were workers. It generated conditions for it to be produced, for work to be done. The present state of which this government speaks does not exist“said the national legislator.
Agustín Rossi: “Milei wants a model that failed”
He Head of the Cabinet of Ministers and candidate for Vice President of the Nation in Union for the Homeland, Agustín Rossitook strong aim this Thursday against the presidential candidate of La Libertad Avanza, Javier Mileiand its different proposals.
“Milei said about privatizing trains and companies, he wants a model that failedwhich had 20% unemployment, they are in search of that, it is their motto, we are in a remake of that situation falsely presented as 'modern' when He did a lot of damage to our country."said the national official, in dialogue with radio Splendid.
Furthermore, he maintained: “He does not want relations with Russia, China, Brazil, his representative said that he is going to cut relations with the Vatican, I don't know how they want to insert themselves into the world in that way. Who are they going to sell to? Not everything is done by the US, it is an old project that has no sustainability.”
“He has an anti-religious outlook, the same religions tell you to love your neighbor, he doesn't want to do it, Do we want to live in a society where parents are freed from taking care of their children? Where are organs sold? ”She concluded.
How will public transportation work on October 22 in the 2023 elections?
On Sunday, citizens from all over the country who appear on the registry must go to the polls to participate in the general elections, in which they will vote for president, vice president, deputies, senators and parliamentarians of Parlasur.
On Sunday, October 22, the general elections. More than 35 million Argentines are authorized to go to the polls in order to decide who will be the new president of the Nation, national Senators and Deputies, and representatives in Parlasur. In this framework, with the objective of promoting the stake In the democratic act par excellence, the government ordered that transportation on election day be gratuitous.
Néstor Grindetti: “I think we have great chances, Santilli's votes are going to come”
He mayor of Lanús and candidate for governor of the province of Buenos Aires from Together for Change, Néstor Grindettimade reference this Thursday to the possibilities he has in the elections next sunday.
“I think we have great chances, today the most serious survey is PASOwhere we are three points away. All of Diego Santilli's votes are going to come, we have it measured", he stated in dialogue with radio FMQ.
And he explained: “There was an angry vote for Milei"People didn't like that we were facing each other and they didn't accompany us."
For his part, the candidate for provincial leader targeted the governor of the province of Buenos Aires, Axel Kicillof. “The governor's attitude is part of the pathoterism of Kirchnerism", held
Furthermore, he said: “What happened in Insaurralde was obscene, especially when there are 47% poor people in the Province. There is a behavioral matrix of Kichnerism”
“We are in a serious problem, the Province sets the national standards. If Milei's space wins it is a leap into the void"What they propose is impracticable," he concluded.
What time will the results of the 2023 elections be known on October 22?
The general elections will take place next Sunday from 8 a.m. When will we know who the winner is?
On Sunday, October 22, the presidential election from 2023in which Argentine citizens will go to the polls to choose who will be the head of state to succeed Alberto Fernández in Casa Rosada.
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