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details about Macro's vacation in the middle of the crisis



He arrived in the province of Cordoba with his wife Julian and his daughter Antonia on a holiday for the Easter weekend.

April 18, 2019

Following the announcement of the price tag by Casa Rosada, JP Morgan announced that Country Risk of Argentina broke record in the past five years, rising to 854 points.

However, it did not matter to President Maurizio Macri, who arrived in the province of Cordoba with his wife Julian and his daughter Antonia, to rest for a long weekend for Easter.

Macri will stay in a mountain house in Potrerillo de Larreta, a land converted into an exclusive country house, built in 1927. This resort is part of other services with a golf course, wide parks and a high-end restaurant with gourmet and homemade meals. The Potrerillo de Larreta complex belongs to the entrepreneur Alex Zuberbühler.

This is the third time that Macri resides in Alta Gracia as president. He arrived at noon in the Cordoba government helicopter.

The house the president chose is near the hole 1 belonging to a businessman named Garzon who lives in Buenos Aires. The relationship between Macri and Garzon is an entrepreneur of car parts Juan Carlos Abella, CEO of Mercosur from MA Automotive Tool & Die. Prior to that he was General Manager of the Italian group Sogefi Filtration Argentina, hence his relationship with Macro since the time of SOCMA.

Abella is married to a woman from Alte Gracie and every time Macri arrives in Potrerillo de Larreta, they dine together. Entrepreneur of auto parts chairs the traditional and exclusive Golf Club Argentino and has its own Potrerillou cottage just seven blocks from the Garzón chalet where Macro will stay this Easter.

Source reliable Destape who "If time goes by, Mauricio will play golf with El Gato Romero, and he will personally congratulate him on his re-election in Vill Allende." Eduardo "El Gato" Romero, formerly internationally renowned golfer, was re-elected Mayor of Ville Allende last week with 37% of votes in front of the PRO with the Citizens Front Luis Juez.

The second was the former radical mayor Martin Ambort with 27%, with the support of UCR, although he played with Avancemos, Cordovan's match of heavenly blue; while former mayor Peronist Hector Colombo, who joined the chirrenism, was third with 23.2%.


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