Buenos Aires - At the foot of the Monument to the Flag, the presidential formula headed by Alberto and Cristina Fernández, Frente de Todos, will close its campaign in Rosario on Wednesday, ahead of the primaries.
With a hectic political agenda, both have been seen starring separately in recent weeks several public events, but as in the opening of their campaign, they will be back together in this closure, which will also have several faces of that political coalition.
The chosen site has a very particular meaning. There, the celestial and white tribute is paid every year, hoisted for the first time on February 27, 1812 by General Manuel Belgrano.
As reported in local press media, the binomial will be seconded on stage by the pre-candidate to Buenos Aires Governor Axel Kicillof and his companion of formula, the mayor of La Matanza, Verónica Magario and the first candidate for national deputy and referent of the Renovating Front, Sergio Massa
You will also see a dozen governors and national and provincial legislators who have given their support to this formula, which stands as the strongest to beat the duo at the polls composed by current president Mauricio Macri and Senator Miguel Angel Pichetto .
Rosario has been present at the core of the campaign of the presidential candidate and the aspiring vice president. The latter starred in a massive rally in that city of Santa Fe on June 20, Flag Day, to present her book Sincerely, with which he has traveled several provinces.
Next Sunday the Argentines are summoned to the polls in the first phase of the elections, where political parties must gather 1.5 percent of the votes to win their candidacies for the generals of October 27.
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