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Internal in the Government: Victoria Tolosa Paz asked Pedro's 'Wado' to clarify if he accused the President of 'lack of codes'


"If there is a lack of codes, in any case, it is in reference to those who are part of a government and criticize it," said the minister in Mar del Plata. The minister got angry with the president because he left him out of an act with Lula and DD.HH.

The internship in the Government does not stop.

Either with the microphones off or on.

After criticism that the Wado de Pedro entourage accused the President of "lack of codes", Albertism crossed the Minister of the Interior and Cristina Kirchner's main delegate in the Government.

The Minister of Social Development Victoria Tolosa Paz was in charge of answering the leader of La Cámpora, who was upset because Alberto Fernández did not include him in the meeting of Human Rights organizations with Lula da Silva, during the recent visit of the Brazilian president.

“It is a good time for Minister Wado de Pedro to clarify whether or not this happened in terms of those who put a situation such as 'lack of codes' into his mouth.

If there is a lack of codes, in any case, it is in reference to those who are part of a government and criticize the government.

I have been repeating it," said the minister in statements to the press, after delivering sports kits and tablets to kids from 100 clubs. 

The head of the Social Portfolio suggested that she was not sure if De Pedro had actually meant that.

Close to the President, there is no doubt that the information - reported by Clarín - came from the minister's inner circle.

"I said it a few months ago, you have to define yourself or you are inside or you are outside and I think that this is also part of what we have to define," Tolosa Paz reiterated.

On Thursday afternoon, hours after De Pedro's discomfort was known, who - due to his personal history - believed that he should be part of that meeting, Gabriela Cerutti, pointed out that it was a journalistic invention.

"I consulted Minister Wado and he told me that he never said that and that it is crazy. So far it is a journalistic invention. If the minister has something to say, he will say it. For us it is an issue," suggested the presidential spokeswoman. .

Note in Development. 

Source: clarin

All news articles on 2023-01-27

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