March 7, 2014
BA Justicialist Party Congress calls for an 'inclusive Peronism'
The Buenos Aires Justicialist Party Congress, celebrated this afternoon in Santa Teresita, counted with the presence of high profile politicians from the ruling Victory Front. President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner administration received an overwhelming support, and called for “a wide, united and inclusive Peronism.”
Cabinet Chief Jorge Capitanich, Labour Minister Carlos Tomada, and Defence Minister Agustín Rossi, were only some of the distinguished guests.
“Our message is clear: we have arrived united in good terms,” the official press release stated.
Buenos Aires Governor, Daniel Scioli expressed: “I am convinced that the best is still to come,” he told reporters and assured Argentina “has great possibilities” of growth and development.
While the Renewal Front party, led by opposition lawmaker Sergio Massa, was represented by Merlo's Mayor, Raúl Otacehé, who considered that “It has been a while since we have a debate.”
Senator Anibal Fernández alluded the upcoming presidential elections in 2015, and in that sense, he urged to “not fear an internal election for those who believe they are capable.”