09/17/2021 7:38 PM
Updated 9/17/2021 7:43 PM
Between astonished and worried, the bulk of the deputies and senators of the Frente de Todos observe the open political crisis between President Alberto Fernández and his vice Cristina Kirchner
chewing anger but in silence
They refuse to take sides publicly as long as there are no definitions and parliamentary activity remains on hold until the storm passes.
On the same Wednesday that the scandal broke out, Economy Minister Martín Guzmán sent Congress the
- the management roadmap - and the
Hydrocarbons Promotion Law.
Everything was on standby.
While legislators' chats burn, few dare to make statements or tweets.
"We are at the security limit. If that point is passed it is war and nobody wants that," official voices from both chambers coincide, asking for prudence.
The scene is like that of the children who, in the midst of their parents' marital crisis, must choose who to live with.
"Do not put us in the middle, if we all know where we are going: to lose like dogs,"
complains a pro-government senator.
Some with a direct line to the President had come to speak.
"I want to express my full support for President Alberto Fernández, whom I consider the only leader who can guarantee the balance in the government coalition and lead the country towards reconstruction," tweeted Edgardo Kueider from Entre Ríos, one of the many provinces governed by the ruling party that fell into the hands of Together for Change at the polls.
Sergio "Oso" Leavy from Salta and Carlos "Camau" Espínola from Corrientes also went to bank the President.
there were calls from colleagues asking not to add fuel to the fire.
The head of the Frente de Todos bloc in the Senate, José Mayans, traveled from Formosa and from his office received several fellow blocs for a talk on catharsis and strategy for what is to come.
He was in talks with his pair of Together for Change, Luis Naidenoff, for a session on agreed topics next week.
agreed to wait for Monday to resolve the agenda.
In Deputies, the head of the bloc is Máximo Kirchner, they say, he
did not lower orders or messages of tranquility:
"Each one is guided by what his common sense tells him."
it is commented.
Everyone agrees that there is no chance that the blocks can break.
"November is still missing and they are all unified lists,"
The audio that
about the deputy
fell terrible among her colleagues, although some expressed solidarity because it was a private conversation.
"If you are part of a space where you think all those things, what are you doing there? I wouldn't stay for two minutes.
You can't say in private what you can't hold publicly,
" her benchmate crossed her however. Gabriela Cerruti in statements to Radio Con Vos.
"They are wrong in reading that it is from Cristina. If so, would it have been left out of the lists?", Add others.
In the upper house, where the ruling party runs the
concrete risk of losing a quorum
, the senators who respond to governors carry messages of discontent and many already imagine a second stage of the campaign more focused on a
La Pampa is one of the provinces that the FdT believes it can turn around.
"We lost, we have to go out and recover votes and we cannot because this exploded publicly. We are
that in these conditions is precious," warns a deputy.
Sergio Massa, president of the Chamber of Deputies - the third leg of the coalition - remains
as he is seen leaving or entering Congress, the Ministry of Economy, and the Ministry of Transportation and they insisted that "he works for unity."
does not think about leaving the Chamber
, less now that more dialogue is needed than ever," they point out near him, while other versions place him as a future "super minister."
The authorities of the lower house assure that they want to activate the discussion of the Budget, and that Massa was in Congress
resolving the "summons" of the ministers
, while in the Casa Rosada, the President is in full reorganization of the Cabinet and it is not known who stays and who goes.