Axel Kicilloff won re-election on Sunday night (22), while Massa won in the first round and will face Miley’s far-right in the second round.
247 – The Governor of Buenos Aires, Axel Kiselov, who won re-election this evening, expressed his “deep emotion” by his victory in this region, and noted that in 2019 he assumed leadership of a region he described as a “destroyed land.”
Speaking at the headquarters of the Union for the Fatherland (UxP) in Chacharita, Kiselov highlighted the “support, recognition, strength, joy and conviction” that the people “added” to the campaign.
Kiselov believes that the vote for UxP, which secured the victory of Economy Minister Sergio Massa in the first round of the presidential election, “means that dictatorship will never come again,” and stressed that officialism “was not” defeated “by resignation or opposition to politics.” Policy”.
From the UxP headquarters in Chacarita, Kiciloff “particularly” thanked the Peronist mayors, whom he considered “the craftsmen of this victory.”
After counting 90.12% of the votes, the presidential candidate of the Union for the Fatherland party, Sergio Massa, leads on Sunday (22) with 36.29% of the votes in the national elections in Argentina, followed by the far-right Javier Miley. From La Libertad Avanza, which drops to 30.19%.
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In third place was the candidate of Juntos pelo Cambio, Patricia Bullrich, with 23.82%, followed by Juan Chiaretti, from Hacemos por Nuestro País, with 7.01%, and Miriam Bregman (Solidarity Front) with 2.66% of the votes.
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