Minutes after the Legal and Technical Secretary, Vilma Ibarra, confirmed that the Government will sign a decree to modify the law that regulates the purchase of vaccines, the opposition leaders came out to celebrate the new direction and also to question the delay in the decision.
The first to express himself was the national deputy and former Governor of Mendoza, Alfredo Cornejo, one of those who was most effusive about the health policy applied by the State.
“The loss of life and the fall of the economy is the result of the” negligence “of the @alferdez government. No new DNU will remedy the failure of the pandemic management“he wrote on his Twitter profile.
Then it was the turn of Patricia Bullrich. The president of the PRO was happy: “We defended the truth, we persisted in the fight and we achieve a change that benefits all Argentines! “, he stressed.
For his part, the deputy of the Civic Coalition, Juan Manuel LopezHe expressed his anger at the time it took for the National Government to modify the law that regulates the purchase of vaccines.
“In @DiputadosAR Pfizer left no doubts, with the current law they could not contract. The Minister also recognized us,” the lawyer also began in relation to the presentation made by the general manager of Pfizer Argentina in the National Congress.
And followed: “The government knew 13 months ago. I do not want to realize that the delay of this DNU implies, I am not morbid, but society knows how to draw its conclusions “.
In another message, López continued: “The technical table between the Legal Secretariat, the Ministry of Health and Pfizer has been operating since June of last year. All that time it took them to remove the word negligence. This delay is only due to the obsequiousness of the President to his Vice . Negligence and fraud are too big for him“, Hill.
Karina Banfi, a radical deputy for the Province of Buenos Aires, expressed crudely: “Almost 100,000 dead and 7 months to remove the word ‘negligence’ of a Law. Yesterday we asked for the reform in Congress and they voted to reject it. Now the Government announces that they do it through DNU. Inexplicable recklessness and ‘negligence’ in managing the pandemic. “