Duhalde says an alliance with Macri is possible, but he won’t be his vice president
ARGENTINA, February 21, 2011.- Former President Eduardo Duhalde said that an alliance with Buenos Aires Mayor Mauricio Macri, is quite possible, but ruled out to be his vice president.
In addition, the former president says that the alliance is conditioned to the participation of PRO Party leader in the Federal Peronism’s primaries on August 14.
Duhalde said that “at this moment, Macri is in the provinces assembling his equipment and he will come in June with a percentage of the people who want to vote for him.”
“The same thing we do, that the April 3 we make general first primary. I think that the center right wind that has taken place in Argentina is really interesting. It is important to win in the Federal Capital, as it is important that socialism has won in Santa Fe,” Duhalde said.
The former president said it is working for a year and a half “not only with PRO Party but with radicalism and socialism and any party that can put a front with him”, to arrive at the “primaries on August 14 with two or more candidates for president.”