Julio Cobos ruled out to be a candidate for governor and wants to run for president
Buenos Aires, January 20, 2013
Former Vice President Julio Cobos ruled out going to run for Governor of Mendoza in 2015, when it could run to succeed President Cristina Kirchner.
“If I discard some of those choices, I would be trying to be the new governor. I said no, that’s not my aspiration,” Cobos said.
From Mendoza, where he is dedicated to engineering, Cobos encouraged the possibility of moving into an agreement with socialism and remarked: “Radicalism feels strong; we know we must go further.”
In this way, the reference radical, will seek a seat in the Lower House by Mendoza, said Friday. And to achieve a good result in the elections UCR must “put aside some meanness” that may prevent a coalition with other parties.
“We must seek the greatest possible agreement with allied forces, like socialism”. The former vice president noted that we must “prioritize the party” and that “all the radicalism has to go along.”