December 7, 2013
'PJ candidate for 2015 will come out from primaries,' Gioja
Ahead of the October legislative elections, San Juan Governor José Luis Gioja today came on stage to assure that a PJ presidential candidate for the 2015 general elections “will come out from the primaries.”
“We will be able to launch our proposal before the Argentine people,” he said in statements to a radio. He added that the candidates from the Victory Front will try to do the best in the upcoming elections of October 27th.
He stressed: “On the 28th the sun will come out from the same side, things will stay the same and the president will still be the president of Argentina.”
Furthermore, he referred to the PJ National Council called by Buenos Aires Governor Daniel Scioli for next Monday, which according to Gioja, will seek to “normalize the party structures” across the country.
"We will prepare institutionally as a political party to normalize it and to prepare for 2015,” he said adding the party will welcome anyone who wants to be part of it ahead of the 2015 general elections.
He went on to question Tigre Mayor and opposition candidate Sergio Massa saying he belongs to an upper-middle class neighborhood and “maybe he doesn’t have the same problems others have.”