Cristian Ritondo expressed his discomfort with the process of the Bases Law in the Senate. He believes that some opposition leaders behaved disloyally with the government and were functional to the Kirchnerism strategy, which, in his view, seeks to destabilize the government so that Milei does not finish his presidency.

In a long interview with Infobae, Ritondo also expressed concern about the continuous bleeding of officials that the government is experiencing and emphasized that now that they have the «tools» (DNU and Bases Law), they will have to «show how the team works.»

Avoiding premature definitions for next year’s elections, the strongman of the Macrism in the Chamber of Deputies differentiates himself from Patricia Bullrich and Diego Valenzuela, who promote the merger with LLA and gives some signals about a possible candidacy of Mauricio Macri. He also states that there is no «mileismo.» «There is an idea of change that can be represented by one or two forces,» he summarized.

Ritondo highlighted the importance of the Bases Law, stating that it opens up many possibilities for investment in Argentina, beyond just Vaca Muerta. He pointed out that increasing Personal Assets taxes in the past led to decreased revenue as high taxpayers moved to Uruguay, emphasizing the need for a different approach to taxes.

When asked about the political victory of the Government after six months of negotiations and the dismantling of the project in negotiations with the opposition, Ritondo considered it a triumph given the challenges faced by the government.

Regarding the radicalism’s role in delaying the treatment of bills, Ritondo expressed surprise at the president of the party voting against his block. He emphasized the importance of unity within the party to support laws that align with their principles and campaign promises.

Ritondo criticized the opposition’s behavior in the Senate, accusing them of harming the government rather than benefitting the retirees with their actions. He highlighted the need for consistency in actions and words in politics.

When discussing the potential for a PRO list in the upcoming elections, Ritondo emphasized that it is too early to discuss electoral strategies and highlighted the importance of focusing on representing the sectors of society that the party stands for.

Ritondo also addressed the challenges of maintaining the party’s identity and values in a changing political landscape, emphasizing the need to return to the party’s founding principles and the reason behind the creation of the PRO.

In conclusion, Ritondo highlighted the importance of unity and consistency in political actions, emphasizing the need to represent the interests of the people and maintain the party’s identity amidst changing political dynamics.