Patricia Bullrich reloads and shoots, but now, it changed -or if you want to refine it-, its objective. This time he pointed to Máximo Kirchner and his greatest creation, the political group La Cámpora, which he described as “bureaucratized “ and, in days of strong protests against the Government, he added: “Has no control of the street“.
Interviewed by the signal LN +, the president of the PRO referred to the “loss of centrality” suffered by the Government and focused on the organization led by the head of the K flock in the Chamber of Deputies.
“Kirchnerism – began Bullrich – has lost political centrality in Argentina. Don’t know where to go, has no plan.
And as pointing out recent events on a monitor, such as the numerous social marches, he gave La Cámpora as an example: “It is bureaucratized, it has no control of the street.” And he insisted: “They can’t build a government and neither is Cristina Kirchner going to be able to put it together ”.
What one would say ear wet: While piqueteros groups raise the profile in the social conflict with the Government, the opposition leader hits the former Kirchnerista youth organization – below the belt – in the presumption that it has no territoriality nor does it pull masses.
For Bullrich, “Model K” looks “exhausted” and recalled – with the declarative edge that characterizes it – that it already “failed in 2015”, in reference to the electoral defeat of Daniel Scioli, after the worn out management of Cristina.
Likewise, he assured that “at this moment there is like a misrule, there is like a tupacamarization, they shoot to different sides. They are not focused. There is a destructuring of power. And that is a weakness for them ”, with a surgical analysis.
The investiture that generates “sadness”
The former Security Minister of Mauricio Macri again detailed how he sees the current situation of President Alberto Fernández, in the framework of the scandal over the photos and videos of his partner’s birthday, Fabiola Yañez, in 2020, during the strict quarantine.
“The immorality in the presidential inauguration makes all Argentines are with great sadness”, He reflected.
He recalled that the head of state was “Very aggressive” with the opposition during the months of the toughest restrictions set by him, but he stressed that it was even more so “with the population.”
That action, for Bullrich, has consequences. Some of the ones he outlined seemed reckless. “This generates a feeling of rebellion because the privilege in power bothers a lot ”, he declaimed.
“The Government hides and lies”He added, in his conclusion on the Olivos scandal that he does not stop giving news while remarking your goal to “replace” to the current management in 2023, “of course”.
His candidacy discarded a long time ago, Bullrich took charge of the role that it is his turn for the elections: to accompany those who support and compete.
This is what he has been doing -rispidious in the back- with María Eugenia Vidal, with whom he shared a duet television interview this Wednesday, a resource that the Together for Change campaign is using often.
The first candidate has already made notes in tandem with other non-candidates such as the Minister of Health -and favorite figure of the campaign- Fernán Quirós and with the ally Elisa Carrió.
This Thursday, Bullrich added traveled. It was with Vidal at the vaccination that the City Government set up in the Islamic Center and photographed himself with the candidate and with the workers, to spread it on his Twitter account.