Federico Storani strongly criticized Mauricio Macri and threatened to break up JxC: “If this doesn’t change, coexistence makes no sense”

Federico Storani strongly criticized Mauricio Macri and threatened to break up JxC: “If this doesn’t change, coexistence makes no sense”

The historic radical leader said the UCR’s history was “not compatible” with the former president’s proposals; Believed that proposals in the opposition should be aligned to maintain unity and supported Manes

Federico Storani noted against Mauricio Macri's management and against the profile he is going to print on JxC.
Federico Storani noted against Mauricio Macri’s management and against the profile he is going to print on JxC.

He is dissatisfied with the profile that the former president Mauricio Macri is going to impose Together for Change (JxC)A historical radical leader Federico Storani threatened Break the coalition If the course does not change. “If this does not change, there is no point in living together” The former National MP noted that it was key to match the opposition’s proposals if it was to maintain unity. In addition, as a legislator of his party slipped Facundo ManesIt indicated that the Macrista administration was trying to “manipulate” justice.

“The challenge now is to try Creating a political alternativeWhen I say alternative, it’s more about content. And if there are no matches, complete this experience. Because it is obvious that if there are no coincidences in terms of proposals… we are industrialists, we protect small and medium-sized companies, we have a much clearer position to protect public education, public health. Radicalism has a history that is incompatible with much of what Macri and some sectors are currently expressing.– said Storan Radio with you.

Nevertheless, he stated that his goal was not to strengthen the ruling party. “They should have told me that I’m a ‘Together for Change’ infiltrate, that I’m playing the game of Kirchnerism, or that I’m deepening the rift.” They also tell Facundo [Manes]. They were stonewalled in the media and actually we are raising substantial issues. If you keep talking about the republic, the republic is the separation of powers and the independence of the judiciary,” he said, referring to the fact that Manes was criticized by his pro partners at the time he said Macri did. “Institutional Populism” in its management.

Don’t be so offended when Manes talks about institutional populism. If one takes it literally, it is an oxymoron, but if we take it conceptually, it is reality. During the government led by Mauricio Macri, there was an attempt to manipulate justice, to control justice, and there were judicial operators. In fact, the leak cannot yet be explained. Pepin Rodriguez SimonMP in Farlasuri and A front line operator in Mauricio Macri’s government,” Storani said in support of Manes’s stance – which he later toned down to a more confrontational tone – and complained again when the former president claimed that Hipolito Irigoyen He was the first Argentine populist.

It is sure that it is necessary “extremity isolation”, According to him, former presidents Macri and Christina Kirchner represent this type of position and are deepening the rift. “If we don’t find an area where we can find common denominators that can be transformed into public policy, we have no way out of this crisis,” said Storan, who is convinced that “There has never been a coalition government” During the Macrista administration, even though radicalism was included in the structure of the allies.

Source: La Nacion

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