Much is discussed about the ideology of Patricia Bullrich: what was it montonera, menemista, official of the Allianceally of Lopez Murphy and now from Macri. But what is relevant in someone who aspires to reach the Presidency is what he means and represents today.

    In the western world a political phenomenon is registered: the emergence of what is called the new right, right-wing populism or conservative right. From the left it is preferred to designate this phenomenon as post-fascism. But beyond the conceptual discussion, the recent elections in West with the triumph of Meloni in Italy, the defeat of Bolsonaro by less than two points in BrazilNetanyahu’s victory in Israel and Trump’s limited triumph in the United States, speak of an ideological shift.

    The centre-right, represented by Christian Democracy at the international level, has been weakened. The moderation in the most conservative currents is leaving room for cruder expressions. This phenomenon is coming to Argentina.

    That is why Milei defines herself as a supporter of Trump and Bolsonaro.

    The crisis that lives Together for Change apparently it is a fight of candidacies. But in real terms it covers up ideological differences. The differences between Horacio Rodríguez Larreta and Bullrich They have roots in the ideological, beyond the “internalism” that affects the opposition. There is no doubt that the Buenos Aires head of government is located in the center of the political spectrum, as he did Macri in 2015. Instead, Bullrich seems to align more with the phenomenon of the conservative right.

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