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Macri rules out agreement with Broad Front-UNEN

A file picture of Buenos Aires City Mayor, Mauricio Macri next to Education Minister Esteban Bullrich. (TÉLAM)
Buenos Aires City Mayor Mauricio Macri rejected today rumours suggesting a political alliance with the Broad Front UNEN, and called for its leaders to seek an agreement for “after the (presidential) elections,” in 2015.

The Pro party leader congratulated members of the coalition, who yesterday officially launched their new political space with a rally at the Broadway Theatre in Buenos Aires City.

Macri appreciated “the organizational effort,” as he emphasized: “that is what must be done: organizing and passing on a clear message of what we want, and after the elections finding consensus on policies.”

The official also revealed the need to “sit everyone around a table following the ballot, in order to set state policies and resolve the people’s problems, who are tired from empty promises.”

During the meeting at an Industry, Agriculture and Argentine Development seminar, Macri remarked that “we stand before a huge opportunity, but we must be organized and think how and by what means are we going to do it.”

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