President Alberto Fernández launched this Tuesday ironies and chicanas against the opposition during an act and assured that no leader advised by a “specialist in coaching” has to explain to him where he stands.
“These days I was zapping listening to multiple voices. Someone repeated ‘You have to be close to the people, together with the people, you don’t have to forget about the people, you have to be attentive to the people’. It is seen that some coaching told him ‘talk about the people’, it was clear. I thought that when you have to repeat so much about listening to people and being next to each other it is because you are not used to listening to him, talking to him and being by his side“, the president began his criticism of the opposition.
He did not give names, but Fernández made reference to Horacio Rodríguez Larreta, the main exponent of the opposition in the face of the PASO, and María Eugenia Vidal, who heads the list of candidates for deputies of Together in the City.
Alberto Fernández speaks in Quilmes, accompanied by the mayor Mayra Mendoza. Photo: Maxi Failla.
He marked that idea in different passages of his speech and returned to it at the end: “We do not talk about the people, we are with the people, we are the people, We were born with the people and we are part. No coaching specialist has to come to explain where I am standing. “
And he added: “If we know anything in politics, it is the interests we represent. They are yours, neither those of the bankers nor the creditors.”
Fernández participated in Quilmes in an act in which inaugurated 100 works in different provinces. He was accompanied by the Minister of Public Works, Gabriel Katopodis and the mayor of that Buenos Aires party, Mayra Mendoza.
Along with Alberto Fernandez were the Minister of Public Works, Gabriel Katopodis, the mayor of Quilmes, Mayra Mendoza, and Victoria Tolosa Paz. Photo: Maxi Failla.
In his criticisms, the President also included the economist and liberal leader Javier Milei, who on Saturday at a massive event in Palermo said that he was working to end the “political caste.”
“I heard another say ‘the political caste’. The political caste? We are all militants, we were always by your side, we were always part of this neighborhood and we were born surrounded by workers, “he remarked.
Miley had demanded before a square full of young libertarians that “we must demolish the model defended by the political caste, which all it has generated is to transform the richest country in the world into one of the poorest countries in the world.”
Fernández also questioned those who, as he pointed out, claim self-criticism. Ironically, the President spoke to Katopodis and Mendoza and pointed out that he must have been wrong, but moments later he detailed different measures.
“They will criticize me because I fixed the irresponsible debt and I must have been wrong because I managed to save millions that Argentina will stop paying,” Fernández launched.
And he continued: “We were wrong in creating the Ministry of Health and Technology and in putting up the hospitals that they abandoned and boasted of not finishing them. Could that be Kato?”
“We must have been wrong and made mistakes but honestly. Because he who works is wrong and then it is very possible that we have made mistakes. But they were not mischief, they were not misconduct, they were mistakes. If we are wrong, we are wrong in favor of the people, never against it, “he remarked.
Act at the CCK and swearing in of ministers
Later, at the Kirchner Cultural Center, Fernández will lead the presentation ceremony of Activate Cultura, a program that includes lines of financing for the production and work of the culture sector,
Finally, at 6:00 p.m., in Casa Rosada, the head of state will take the oath of office to Jorge Taiana and Juan Zabaleta as ministers, who will assume in the Defense and Development ministries, after the exit of the Cabinet of the pre-candidates Agustín Rossi and Daniel Arroyo.
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