Milei proposes Menem’s nephew to chair Argentina’s Chamber of Deputies

Martín Menem was elected national deputy of La Rioja on October 22 and is recognized for coming from a family recognized in the political world, first with his uncle, the former president, and his father, the former senator Eduardo Menem.

Argentina’s president-elect Javier Milei has chosen Martín Menem, nephew of former president Carlos Menem to chair the House of Representatives while Francisco Paoltroni will be responsible for leading the group’s deputies in the Senate Chamber .

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Whoever will be Minister of the Interior of Milei, Guillermo Francos announced these names this Saturday. “Martín Menem will be proposed by the president-elect as candidate for the presidency of the Chamber of Deputies and, in the case of the Senate, he will propose Paoltroni of Formosa. “Francos explained in statements to Radio Miter and added. “In both cases They will be men from La Libertad Avanza.

From the presidential office, they confirmed the announcement through their X account.

Milei thus refused to move towards the more traditional right. who proposed to Cristian Ritondo bring together deputies linked to former president Mauricio Macri, already Florencio Randazzo proposed by Francos himself, who advocated approaching the Justicialist Party .

Menen, was elected national deputy of La Rioja on October 22 and is recognized for coming from a family recognized in the political sphere, first with his uncle, the former president, and his father, former senator Eduardo Menem.

On the other hand, Francos revealed in the interview some details of Milei’s inauguration speech, scheduled for December 10. “This day is the day when Javier Milei addresses the Legislative Assembly, but basically all Argentines. He will certainly make an assessment of the situation in the country and his vision on how to resolve all the problems awaiting solutions in Argentina,” he noted.

Source: Latercera

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