Former Argentine President Mauricio Macri would have skipped the quarantine he had to keep after arriving in the South American country from a trip to Europe to meet three mayors of his political movement Together for Change at his residence in Buenos Aires.
Macri traveled to France on July 30th and then moved to Switzerland, where he officially took office as the new head of the FIFA Foundation. Argentine regulations stipulate that they must remain in isolation for 14 days after arriving in the South American country on September 4th.
However, on Thursday he received three mayors at his home, as several of them have recognized. The Mayor of Pinamar, Martín Yeza, was the first to announce this meeting, making it clear that it would take place “outdoors” while another, Ezequiel Galli, stated that the aim was to “address the difficult social and political situation” analyze. from Argentina.