The Minister of Security of Chubut, Federico Massoni, He seems not to be willing to end his controversy with his peer from the Nation, Sabina Frederic. This weekend, while participating in an operation to disrupt a group that trafficked drugs in Puerto Madryn, he “dedicated” another tweet: “Minister Frederic. 3:00 A.M. Madryn drug raid. Federal crime. The entire force of the province of Chubut committed to a safer province, for a safer country. We are in action while you want to teach from a desk. In slippers”.
Massoni continued in this way his confrontation with his national counterpart, which began after a video went viral where aspiring infantry from the province of Chubut sang a song against the piqueteros: “Piquetero, piquetero, be careful one night early in your village. ”The aspirants chanted. Frederic called it “Violent and undemocratic”. Massoni was quick to reply. “Ms, you cannot even deactivate a road block and give your opinion about the Chubut police”, He wrote in his account. Later he branded the picketers criminals. “When they block a road or a street they are committing a crime,” he said.
Massoni’s “greeting” to Minister Frederic, at dawn in Puerto Madryn.
On the other hand and in recent statements to Clarion, the Chubut minister said that “Frederic is more on the side of criminals than citizens”. Now, he called her a “minister in slippers”, lighting the fire again. The Minister of Chubut is candidate for national senator in the first term for the STEP of September by the ruling party. And the strongman of the cabinet of Governor Mariano Arcioni.
A lover of motorcycles, tattoos and high-displacement motorcycles, Massoni has a great media presence in the provincial media. Especially when he participates in these operations such as the one in Puerto Madryn, but not all of them are good news for the minister: the local INADI announced that You will have to do a course with the aspirants who sang the song. The institute explained that it was an issue “totally discriminatory”. Massoni found out but for now, he is silent.