Salta's governor, Juan Manuel Urtubey, stressed that the opposition front for the 2019 elections should be "a much broader construction than the party" and said he was "talking" to the Progressive Front that governs Santa Fe with Miguel Lifschitz.
"This has to be a much broader construction than the partisan, not enough with Peronism, you have to do something much bigger." The Mission Renewal Front is already participating in this space, certainly the same will happen with the Popular Movement of Neuquén (MPN), with Juntos de Río Negro, with the people of Santiago del Estero, we are also talking to provincial parties that do not govern, but that they have strength, "maintained the Peronist referent.
In a conversation with Radio Continental, the northern leader referred to the possibility that his counterpart from Santa Fe and Socialist leader would join the armed opposition: "We are also talking to the Progressive Front because the idea is to do something as broad as possible ".
In that sense, Urtubey noted that "we have to offer an excellent alternative because the thing is not coming out as the majority of the government said it would be."
On the other hand, he reported that he will donate his salary to public welfare entities in the province after the controversy generated when he said that the salary he receives as a civil servant is not enough to live on. Ambito.com.