The first of the opposition leaders to pick up the glove was the national deputy and head of radicalism, Alfredo Cornejo
Leaders of Together for Change issued this Saturday a harsh response to Vice President Cristina Kirchner’s letter on the agreement with the IMF, and asked the former president to take “charge” of the situation.
“Take charge, leave the letters and start writing a proposal that will get us out of the economic disaster they made,” said the national deputy and head of radicalism, Alfredo Cornejo, on his Twitter social network account.
“Take charge, leave the letters and start writing a proposal that will get us out of the economic disaster they made”
In this context, the radical leader questioned the vice president for considering that “the fault is always the other”, and asked for “any proposal” so that Argentina can get out of the “economic disaster they made” from the ruling coalition.
“For Cristina Kirchner, the fault is always the other’s. But that Alberto Fernández is president is his,” Cornejo stressed.
Patricia Bullrich’s response
For her part, the head of PRO, Patricia Bullrich, recommended the vice president “not to worry” about the opposition, because to fulfill their “responsibility”, and asked that the national Executive “define a government plan at once “.
“Don’t worry about us, Mrs. Kirchner; We will fulfill our responsibility, “Bullrich posted on his Twitter account.
Don’t worry about us, Mrs. Kirchner; we will fulfill our responsibility. Now you comply: stop postponing everything, define a government plan at once and order the economic, social and insecurity rampage in which we live. – Patricia Bullrich (@PatoBullrich) November 27, 2021
In addition, the president of the PRO pointed out: “Now you comply: stop postponing everything, define a government plan at once and order the economic, social and insecurity rampant in which we live.”
“Finally, the Government formally recognized our triumph through its Vice President. We achieved an inescapable strategic objective: for the first time since 1983 Peronism will not have its own quorum in the Senate of the Nation,” he concluded.
Along these lines, the national deputy elected by Juntos por el Cambio and former Minister of Education of the Nation Alejandro Finocchiaro affirmed that the “objective” of the vice president “was always” to achieve “impunity” in court cases.
“Finally, the Government formally recognized our triumph through its Vice President”
“The Vice President writes a letter saying that she does not influence the decisions of the Government. I never believed anything and less this. Likewise, her objective was always another: impunity,” Finocchiaro published on his Twitter account.
Meanwhile, the elected deputy José Luis Espert described as “an infernal string of stupid things” the statements of the former president.
“In a good romance, separating the chaff from the wheat and leaving aside an infernal string of stupidities that she says, Cristina wants to defaulte the debt with the IMF. In other words, she wants to set the country on fire. Linda Vice, right?”, Published Espert.
In a second tweet, the new deputy ruled: “It says … ‘the definition that is adopted and approved, may become the most authentic and true stock of memory for the development and growth WITH SOCIAL INCLUSION of our country. ”Today, an agreement with the IMF is a disaster adjustment that the Ks made.”
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