City Education Minister Soledad Acuña has placed her hat in the mayoral ring of Juntos por el Cambio for next year’s elections, affirming that she could be "the first woman to govern" the district.
"I feel that I could be a hopeful within the framework of Juntos por el Cambio and afterwards we will define internally what the best option is," highlighted Acuña about her electoral future.
In radio statements the official underlined: "I think I could be the first woman to govern the City. Women have always been in second place and maybe it’s time a woman had the top job. So I’m going to be the first candidate carrying a little baby to cover the City."
Last July 10 the City Educación minister had announced her pregnancy with her third child expected late in the year.
"With Diego (Kravetz) we want to tell you that we are in the 14th week of pregnancy so that Santi y Toto are going to have a little sister," published Acuña on her Twitter account.
In another part of the interview the City Hall official emphasised: "We want PRO to go on governing the City but not for partisan reasons but because we have a modus operandi of almost 16 years and I represent that continuity. We have to go to a primary within Juntos por el Cambio to evaluate the candidate who can best represent our ideas and who can compete against the candidates of the other parties. Within that framework, I feel prepared."