Leandro Santoro and Gisela Marziotta will head the list of the Frente de Todos in CABA

Leandro Santoro signing the official minutes

The Frente de Todos of the city of Buenos Aires closed the lists. The legislator Leandro santoro will be seconded by the journalist and former candidate for deputy head of government Gisela Marziotta.

In third place will be the economist and deputy Carlos Heller, which this year must renew its bank. The last place with the possibility of entering the Congress will be for Lorena The little room, current legislator, who had the support of La Cámpora.

In fifth place was the economist who currently works at Banco Nación, Matias Tombolini. However, the role of the man backed by Sergio Massa will be “testimonial” since there is little chance that he will enter.

Gisela Marziotta
Gisela Marziotta

On the other hand, the list of legislators will be headed by Alexander love, who serves as Ombudsman in the City. As part of the agreement between the different sectors, the legislator María Rosa Muiños, which has the support of the presidential adviser Juan Manuel Olmos, will occupy the place that Amor leaves vacant, since he cannot renew in the Legislature because he is serving two terms.

The legislator Victoria Montenegro, daughter of the disappeared and supported by human rights organizations and La Cámpora, will be in second place.

Alexander love
Alexander love

Santoro and Heller had been the first names to stand firm, while the dispute for second place on the payroll generated tension until the last minute. Finally, union member Víctor Santa María managed to impose a candidate from his space, Peronism for the City, and the deputy Gisela Marziotta will be able to continue in Congress (she had taken over in replacement of Daniel Filmus).

Within the space were those who promoted the candidacy of a woman “with an executive profile” to complement Santoro. Along these lines, different possibilities were considered: the Deputy Chief of Staff, Cecilia Todesca, who had the advantage of being able to defend economic management; the Minister of Women, Gender and Diversity, Elizabeth Gómez Alcorta; and the presidential advisor, in charge of negotiating vaccines, Cecilia Nicolini. However, all made it known that they preferred to remain in their current positions and Alberto Fernández chose not to force the exit of any of them.

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