The summer seemed to have calmed the inmate within the Frente de Todos.
Especially since the toughest sector of Kirchnerism, embodied in La Cámpora, had decided to let Alberto Fernández govern without a climate of as much tension as that of the last year and a half, since the 2021 legislative elections that the Government lost in almost all the country.
Perhaps that is the furthest precedent that can be reviewed, with a common protagonist, like Eduardo "Wado" from Pedro.
Angry now because the President lowered him from a meeting with Lula, the Interior Minister was the first to present his resignation, in September 2021, after the defeat in the PASO.
Fernández was never accepted and the Mercedino continued in his position, like all the ministers linked to Kirchnerism at that time.
Instead, those who responded to Fernández left.
However, in 2022 the main attacks by La Cámpora against the Casa Rosada were experienced, with two central interlocutors, the heads of that group, the deputy Máximo Kirchner and the Buenos Aires Minister of Development Andrés Larroque.
In the combo along with Alberto, Martín Guzmán, the Minister of Economy until July, harshly criticized by Kirchnerism, entered.
The government's position before the IMF, signing an agreement for the payment of the debt in February of last year, was the main source of criticism.
At that time, Máximo resigned from the block leadership of the Chamber of Deputies, but the one who came out to hit hard was Larroque.
The day after the stone attack on the Senate offices where Cristina Kirchner works, Larroque tweeted about "a stunned silence."
Later he was much more explicit in his criticism.
"He was the head of a space that scored four points in the province of Buenos Aires", is one of the sharp darts that are most remembered, pronounced on March 24, precisely, the day on which Remembrance Day is commemorated .
But the issue did not end there.
In June, Larroque maintained that "the moderate phase is exhausted" in an interview in which he supported a possible candidacy for Cristina Kirchner and lashed out at the President for "not even wanting to sit down and talk with the Vice President."
Guzmán was also thrown: "The Frente de Todos cannot be a hostage to the Minister of Economy."
Máximo Kirchner waited longer to be openly honest with his questions against Fernández.
In May, he said, without mentioning it, but pointing it out clearly: "When you have to drive, you must also know how to obey."
Already in November, with Sergio Massa as Economy Minister, he came out to clarify why he had distanced himself from the President.
The agreement with the IMF was the central point that he raised, although he also returned to criticize Guzmán, who had already left office months before.
El Cuervo Larroque and Máximo Kirchner, together, in the act of Peronist Loyalty Day.
Alberto, almost always, rehearsed a tepid defense trying to stretch the bond, even if he was hit.
"The Frente de Todos is not made up of three or four leaders" and "When a Peronist comrade criticizes another comrade, he ceases to be a Peronist."
He did not reach him, not even close, to stop the attacks.
Larroque, towards the end of the year, hit the President again.
"He thinks more of himself than of the People and of Peronism," he accused, seeking to defuse any possible attempt by Fernández to be a candidate this year.
There were also actresses from La Cámpora who also marked their differences with Fernández, although in a different way.
The case of Senator Anabel Fernández Sagasti was very explicit.
When the President went to Mendoza in January of this year, neither she nor any Kirchnerist leader received him.
The situation brought to mind the moment in which Fernanda Raverta, head of the ANSeS, vindicated the efforts of Cristina and Néstor Kirchner in an act in Mar del Plata in which Fernández was the main speaker.
There was no mention of the work done by the President of the government in which she is currently an official.
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