Those who aspire to the 2015 presidential elections
November 18, 2012
Two governors, who did not hide their presidential aspirations, are those from Buenos Aires Daniel Scioli and Cordoba José Manuel de la Sota.
George Lawson, Minister of Industry, was the one who confirmed that De la Sota has ‘presidential aspirations’, and Senator Baldomero ‘Cacho’ Alvarez de Olivera and Jorge Telerman said that Scioli want to be president.
Lawson said: “Any governor of Argentina stating that it doesn’t have presidential aspirations, I would not believe it, because it is natural, of course.” “De la Sota has a competitive advantage over others for what it means to govern a province as Cordoba”.
Telerman, who months ago joined the Scioli team to head Cultural Institute of Buenos Aires, said: “timely, Scioli will be president.”
He denied having heard versions from the Cabinet and said: “I prefer to listen to the street. And on the street, people say Scioli will be president.”