Calls for a war of tweets between government and Kirchnerism, unanswered messages and strong resentment
Before announcing the rally in Punta Indio, the president made several calls and the government’s response was directed at Larrock’s allegations; Internal criticism and the feeling that the conflict is escalating
Buenos Aires Minister’s Twitter and La Campora reference, Andres “Cuervo” Laroke once again shook. Damaged internal structures of the ruling party. Without subtlety, he directly pointed to the national government for its reaction to the attack on the office of Vice President Christina Kirchner, and sparked a wave of calls in the entourage of President Alberto Fernandez. From there the reaction of the government was formed. It was about 2:30 p.m., more than three hours after LaRoche’s post, That the first official answers came, through the speaker’s reports Gabriela Cerut And the Minister of Security, Hannibal Fernandez.
At the same time, the president landed in Punta Indio. He went there for an act to judge the juveniles, Accompanied by his partner, Fabiola Janes, and one of his most trusted men, Julio Vitobello. On the ground he met two other devotees such as Deputy Victoria Tolosa Paz and Minister Juan Zabaleta.He is said to have been “calm and excited about the boys’ stories.”
“Before he boarded the helicopter in Olivos, he had a lot of calls about it,” they added in a surprise tweet, despite the various crosses and announcements made between La Cámpora and the countries. To the President, especially in the last days. “Everything was very tense. Nobody expected that “Those close to the president acknowledged it because no one believes it’s the last chapter in the saga that adds chapters. “One can always expect more. This is a whole series, the end of which is impossible to understand “Completed.
That “seguidilla”, as noted by the source in consultation ,ری, Covers only the last forty days after: Maximo Kirchner’s resignation from the bloc’s presidency of the Frente de Todos bloc, the absence of a legislator in the Legislative Assembly, two videos on the eve of the anti-IMF agreement and a vote against it. In addition, the vice president in his office suffered aggression and a statement from the group that once again terminates the deal.
“Nothing is happening, we all want to calm down”, Said a source from Casa Rosada about what happened in an attempt to relativize the impact of the controversy, which once again reveals deep differences within the ruling coalition, as well as its own misunderstanding of its functioning. One item was public, the other was personally recognized members of the executive branch.
“To me, in this case, the raven is right. I confess “, Admitted a man in the ranks of “Albertism”, which implies that the president “had to make a public reference” to what happened last Thursday. After which he added: “It so happens that the video was followed by aggression and covered everything”Referring to a post from the former president’s account, in which he expressed his annoyance over the issue of the agreement, albeit indirectly. There are those in Albertism who believe that Fernandez, “I definitely do not have to plan what happened in public. “He’s more than private, and he did.”
Claims a high-ranking source in Casa Rosada Ეری That on the day of the attack “everything that should have been done was done.” He then wrote that as soon as he heard what had happened, The president contacted his deputy and his secretary, but none of them responded to Telegram messages that they thought might have been “understandable” in the context of a life moment. They added that the head of the House of Representatives, Serge MassHe personally went to the office, while Fernandez also contacted the security chief to have him personally resolve the issue. “Everything has been done and if we do not deny it because we are also the government, we are part of the people who are affected by what happened.” After which it was noted that by the decision of the former president himself there is no fencing and military detention on the ground.
“The government’s silence and the attack on the vice-president’s office are shocking. It was LaRocque’s publication that sparked a new internal storm.
The tandem response was from Serout and Fernandez. The two posted two separate “topics” on their Twitter accounts, detailing a chat between President Alberto Fernandez and his vice president shortly after the debate in the lower house on the eve of the debate. Funds, as well as orders issued by the President to investigate the fact.
Fernandes admits to being “tired” of what is happening. “Do you remember what happened today, Thursday?” They asked. “They wear bows all the time,” they added.
“Raven is an indicative and heavyweight within the organization, he can speak for him instead as a more consensual decision. But it has a specific weight to respond to itself. ”This was reported by sources close to the group. “I was surprised”Added another person who is well acquainted with the organization, which is headed by MP Maximo Kirchner. After which he restricted this as well He drew attention to the fact that “he is talking about the government in general, because Christina is also the government. It seemed that they hit the opponent “, He confirmed the statement made in the tweet. He later said that LaRoche “showed” an “atypical” situation.
From the organization today they claim that “everything is done from the front, which is different from the other side, which are beautiful from afar.” Then they added that if there is an interpretation of their behavior, it is because “everything is done for the public.” Another man in this sector ended up with the idea: “The case of stones in the Congress was aggravated and the actions of the government were strange. How not to spread the word from the government? That fact must be taken into account. “
Source: La Nacion
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