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Carlos Bianco crossed a Juntos por el Cambio mayor who asked to cut routes through face-to-face classes: 'It's a federal crime'

2021-06-18T04:37:47.510Z

Axel Kicillof's chief of staff questioned the statements of Captain Sarmiento's communal chief, Javier Iguacel.



06/15/2021 11:02 AM

  • Clarín.com

  • Politics

Updated 06/15/2021 11:04 AM

A day before the return to the presence in different areas of the province of Buenos Aires that decreased the cases of coronavirus, the controversy between the government of Axel Kicillof and a mayor of Together for Change was ignited.

The mayor of Captain Sarmiento, Javier Iguacel,

called to cut the routes to enable the return to the classrooms

and the answer came this Tuesday morning at a press conference by the Bonarense chief of staff, Carlos Bianco.

"It seems serious to me,

institutionally serious

. Cutting the routes is a federal crime. The strange thing, beyond the seriousness, of Iguacel's statements, is that instead of instigating crimes to be committed, he dedicates his time to enforcing the protocols ", he sentenced.

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