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The National Government responded to Horacio Rodríguez Larreta for the continuity of the classes: 'It is a crime of civil disobedience'

2021-04-21T07:23:44.386Z

The head of Government maintains his position despite the new ruling that ordered the suspension of face-to-face classes.



04/20/2021 11:50 PM

  • Clarín.com

  • Politics

Updated 04/20/2021 11:52 PM

Faced with the firm position of Horacio Rodríguez Larreta to continue with the presence in the Buenos Aires schools, in contrast to the new judicial ruling that ordered the

suspension of classes

, the main referents of the National Government went out to the Buenos Aires chief.

"

The City incurs the crime of civil disobedience by rebelling against a judicial decision

l", the opinion of Alberto Fernández allowed to transcend from the Government.

Along the same lines, politicians such as Lorena Pokoik, a Buenos Aires legislator of the Frente de Todos and vice president of the Justicialista Party of the City of Buenos Aires, were aligned: "It recognizes a resolution of an incompetent court putting itself

outside the Constitution

and the republican organization. This the discussion about autonomy is over. This is a serious institutional disobedience at a time when our lives are in danger. "

"What Horacio Rodríguez Larreta is doing is called the crime of disobedience. On Sunday he said that the rulings must be complied with. What he did not say is that he is not willing to comply with the rulings that his friends at the judicial table do not write," he added , in two tweets that

were replicated by Fernández himself

on his account.

What @horaciorlarreta is doing is called the crime of disobedience.


On Sunday @horaciorlarreta said that failures must be met.


What he did not say is that he is not willing to comply with the rulings that his friends from the judicial table do not write


I Open Thread 👇 pic.twitter.com/hpBEnUW8QC

- Lorena Pokoik (@lpokoik) April 21, 2021

For his part, Leandro Santoro, CABA deputy, said that "Larreta is not fighting with Alberto", but with "federal justice and those who pay the bill are

the children and the parents

."

And he continued: "Larreta is driving the mothers and fathers of the city crazy. He went to the court to seek certainties. If he had doubts, he should have gone to federal justice, but he ended up paying attention to the Buenos Aires justice. Conclusion:

we stuck in a legal cookie

and everyone nervous. "

It is not difficult to understand


Macri is the boss 🤷🏻‍♀️ https://t.co/W4zaFJXI5T

- Cecilia Moreau (@ceciliamoreauok) April 21, 2021

Likewise, the Buenos Aires legislator

Juan Manuel Valdés

wrote that "Rodríguez Larreta's decision to disregard the provisions of the Federal Justice is a scandal never seen before. A new mockery of Justice, children and public health."

Cecilia Moreau

, vice president of the block of deputies of the Frente de Todos, referred to the statement issued by CABA where the continuity of the face-to-face classes was reported, despite the ruling issued by the federal judge in Administrative Litigation Esteban Furnari: "It is not difficult to understand. It is (Mauricio) Macri the boss ".

Meanwhile,

Paula Penacca

, a national deputy for the City of Buenos Aires and a member of La Cámpora, said: "It seems that the Federal Justice was not included in the defense of the Republic. Larreta only accepts rulings as his electoral campaign. in the middle are the thousands of families, boys and girls that he takes hostage. "

Make no mistake, Larreta is not fighting with Alberto, he is fighting with federal justice and those who pay the bill are the children and the parents.

- Leandro Santoro (@SantoroLeandro) April 21, 2021

So far, the Minister of Education, Nicolás Trotta, did not comment on the intense confrontation between the City and the National Government due to the presence in class.

His latest statements, before the new Decree of Necessity and Urgency that prohibits attendance at classes until at least April 30 was known, were in support of being present in schools.

DB

Look also

Face-to-face classes: to the boys we cannot transmit even a minimum stability

Despite the new court ruling, the Buenos Aires government confirmed that there will be face-to-face classes in the City tomorrow

Source: clarin

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