Governor Arabela Carreras confirmed that no license will be taken to carry out the electoral campaign for the mayor of Bariloche; so that he will continue to command the provincial executive. This was stated in an act that took place in the Andean city, where training certificates were delivered to gastronomic workers for their participation in the “Trabajo Más Futuro” Program.
“I will not take leave, as I have already said on numerous occasions,” he said with some annoyance and stressed that “two months is a long time”.
In this way, Carreras distanced himself from his running mate, Juan Pablo Ferrari, who requested a leave without pay from his position as Secretary of Human Development of Bariloche to focus on the campaign. According to the municipal resolution, this license is valid from August 1 to the day after the elections.
“We will have activities related to bringing our proposal closer to the neighbors and of course, I will continue fulfilling functions as I have been doing.”, said Carreras.
He mentioned his recent meeting with the Minister of Economy of the Nation, Sergio Massa in Buenos Aires, together with the governor-elect Alberto Weretilneck, his counterpart from Neuquén, Omar Gutiérrez, and the governor-elect, Rolando Figueroa. “We were analyzing the situation of the dams, seeking to bring positions closer to the Nation. Both provinces are very aligned on this. These are fundamental issues that must continue on our agenda, ”he indicated.