Juan Grabois, main reference of the Excluded Workers Movement (MTE), presented in society his candidate for national deputy for Entre Ríos Dolores Etchevehere and took the opportunity to denounce “a pact of power” in that province, involving Governor Gustavo Bordet and former Minister of Agriculture Luis Miguel Etchevehere, whom he described as “common criminal”.
Grabois also took the opportunity to demand that the ruling party open an internal debate because “without a medium-term perspective there is no possible country project, and within two years we will have Macri or a copy of Macri in the Government“.
After presenting Dolores Etchevehere as a candidate for national deputy for the Frente Patria Grande de Entre Ríos, Grabois assured that her movement is “aligned with the Frente de Todos but from a critical perspective“.
“We want to discuss it (the country project) today but within the Frente de Todos because we respect the president (Alberto Fernández) because we love the vice president (Cristina Kirchner) because we like what Axel (Kicillof) is doing, but we have our own profile which are the faces of men and especially women who have suffered a lot in life “, emphasized the social leader.
For Grabois, “politics is quite full of superficiality and banality” and considered that “there is a lack of empathy in all political spaces.” “The trans quota was voted, if it applied to Congress there would have to be two sleepers. They talk about the Indians, the peasants, the laburantes and there are none, there must begin to be faces of people who have the experience, the university of the street, of life, of suffering, and that are willing to fight for the rights of the people, “he claimed.
In statements to the program Fire friend, which is issued by The nine, the leader justified his decision not to be a candidate by stating that he prefers“promote other people”.
In this context, Dolores Etchevehere also participated, who denounced “a power pact” in that province and accused her brother, the former Minister of Agriculture, Luis Miguel Etchevehere, and Governor Gustavo Bordet.
In this context, the leader also pointed out against the attorney general of Entre Ríos, Jorge Amílcar García, who in his opinion guaranteed that pact of impunity. “Jorge Amílcar García has received me in his office dozens of times, always bringing the information he reported to the courts and there was a slowdown” in the causes he presented, he said.
“I spoke objectively about what I was denouncing and always made a detour, there I realized how that pact of power was composed,” added the leader who also charged against his brother Luis Miguel Etchevehere, former head of the Argentine Rural Society and with whom he had a dispute over a land in Entre Ríos.
Dolores Etchevehere, candidate for national deputy. Photo: JUAN JOSE GARCIA
Regarding the electoral assembly in Entre Ríos, Grabois commented that he maintains conversations with parties that are outside the Frente de Todos in that province, “as a way of putting pressure on power to gain access to elementary things.”
In this context, the leader charged against the former Minister of Agriculture, Luis Miguel Etchevehere, whom he defined as “a common criminal, as well as a violent and sexist protected by Governor Bordet.”
“We are going to wait for the closing of the list, if there is no commitment to return the land, to end the pact of power and patriarchal justice, we are going outside and we are going to get ten points,” said Grabois, who remarked: “We are going to make them suffer.”