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    The triumph of the PP in Spain is a hard political blow for Alberto Fernandez and Kirchnerism


    The President built a solid relationship with the defeated PSOE leader and current head of government, Pedro Sanchez.

    The defeat of the Spanish Socialist Workers’ Party (PSOE) is a hard blow for Alberto Fernandez, who has mirrored himself in these four years in the head of government himself, Pedro Sanchez, whom he considers one of his friends in politics and a role model .

    It was, together with the Mexican Andres Lopez Obrador, the European leader who first received it even while the Argentine was still campaigning for the presidency in the formula that Cristina Kirchner chose and in which she became vice president.

    The perspective of a Sanchez evicted from power after the early elections that will now take place on July 23 It is not the best alternative for Fernandez, whom some themselves imagine with a life as a former president even in the Spanish cital.

    It would be necessary to evaluate whether Sanchez’s political weakness will now also affect the summit between the European Union and CELAC that he planned in the temporary presidency of the European Union, for this July 17 and 18. Fernandez and Foreign Minister Santiago Cafiero travel there.

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    The victory of the Popular Party (PP) in the municipal and regional elections last Sunday is also a blow to all Kirchnerism, at least symbolic because within the coalition of the Spanish government are its partners, those of Podemos, who are the allies of La Campora in Argentina.

    Alberto F. hugged Sanchez and also Jose Luis Rodriguez Zaterothe former head of government for the PSOE, linked to Chavismo and who also made a strong link with Cristina Kirchnermore inclined to Irene Montero, the Minister of Equality of Spain, with Podemos, and wife of the leader of the Podemist left, Pablo Iglesias.

    On the contrary, in Together for Change, but above all in the PRO, the Spanish elections this Sunday were experienced as a triumph. It was lived as “own” because the Popular Party is a direct ally of the group created by former President Mauricio Macri.

    “We celebrate the resounding success of the Popular Party in Spain, we are part of the same political family and we will continue working together so that this year Spain will govern again as well as Argentina” said the Secretary of International Relations of the PRO, Fulvius Pompeowho was secretary of Strategic Affairs of the Macri presidency.

    The former president of Argentina Mauricio Macri (c) and the former president of Spain, Mariano Rajoy, together with the president of the PP, Alberto Nunez Feijoo (i) upon their arrival at the “Foro la Toja-Vinculo Atlantico”, in September last year. It was on the island of La Toja, in Pontevedra. EFE/Lavandeira jr.

    Macri forged relationships with the historical and current leaders of the PP. With former heads of government Jose Maria Aznar and Mariano Rajoy. With them, the PRO even militated for the Argentine vote in Spain and the Spanish vote in Argentina. For the case at the time it was a relationship that was also carried out from the embassy in Madrid that was in charge of the governor and former senator, Ramon Puerta.

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    Macri’s relationship was consolidated with Alberto Nunez Feijoo, president of the PP nowwhen he was president of Galicia and Macri head of the City Government. At the time, he made several visits to the country in which he met today’s main presidential candidates: Horacio Rodriguez Larreta and Patricia Bullrich.

    On Sunday, both went out to celebrate the electoral success of the PP and then the deputy Maria Eugenia Vidal also did it. These leaders supported Isabel Diaz Ayuso from the first hour, who was re-elected in the community of Madrid, and with an absolute majority.

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    Among his always sharp definitions, Diaz Ayuso recently had harsh words towards Peronism, and fraternal exchanges with the leaders of JxC.

    In the middle of the campaign, attacking Sanchez, Diaz Ayuso said: “It will lead us to ruin. It is the government that first creates poverty and then creates dependency on the State. It is fiscal populism. They take people’s money and then, as the Peronists do, distribute it in payments, aid, subsidies”.

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    Source: Clarin

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