Mariotto argued that Scioli “is part of the national project”
Argentina, December 24, 2012
Gabriel Mariotto gave an interview where he was asked about the meeting that the governor of the province of Buenos Aires, Daniel Scioli, had with members of the dissident Peronist, Cristina Kirchner’s opposition. So he said that Scioli “is still part of the project” led by the president of Argentina.
“(Scioli) has his own style. Daniel has a format that is already noticed by all sectors of society, but he is part of the national project. Everyone with their styles is contributing to all that is the popular front led by our president” he argued in Radio La Red.
And he also said “sometimes we feel more comfortable with some gestures and sometimes not so much. Everybody knows how we react, every one of the leaders. Daniel in this is cooler and we are more dogmatic, and this is neither good nor bad itself.”
Daniel Scioli sponsored a summit to discuss political issues where participated Francisco de Narvaez and his Peronist Front partners Gustavo Ferrari, Natalia Gambaro and Enrique Mendoza, head of the opposition bloc in Congress and Jorge Yoma, whose part of the bench of the Front for Victory, and the son of Hugo Moyano and guild leader of tolls, Facundo Moyano.
“Each brings from his own aesthetic and depth, everything magnifies the project. What is not in doubt is that it is a range that flows into the strategic direction of our president,” concluded the deputy governor of the province of Buenos Aires.
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