The internal fight in the Government due to the anger of the Minister of the Interior Eduardo "Wado" de Pedro continues and adds chapters, almost like a kind of summer political serial.
It is that after the camp official let his criticism of President Alberto Fernández leak, whom he considered "without codes", for marginalizing him from an activity with Lula, the most Albertist minister in the Cabinet, Victoria Tolosa Paz, crossed him and now two hyper-Christian leaders responded.
They are the Buenos Aires senator Teresa García, former Minister of Government of Axel Kicillof, and Florencia Saintout, President of the Cultural Institute of the Province of Buenos Aires, that is, another official of the Buenos Aires administration.
The first to leave was García, who directly mentioned the Minister of Social Development.
"I don't understand, @vtolosapaz. Inside or outside what? I think we all work to move the country forward. Her consideration of @wadodecorrido does not seem responsible to me," she said on her Twitter account.
And immediately, given the critical responses of several of his followers, some members of the Frente de Todos, he reinforced his defense of Wado.
"Eduardo De Pedro works with the governors, with the regions and with the municipalities. I don't see the 'work against'," he replied to someone who stated that it was unethical "to be a delegate of a president in whom one does not believe, while who plays against him, or who wants to compete with him".
"With all due respect, our political space led Alberto to the Presidency working for victory, in the same way that we work every day to support the administration," he defended himself against the accusation of another tweeter who told him that Kirchnerism could not bear losing prominence at the hands of Alberto Fernández.
and that "they emptied the government and now they play the offended."
Then it was the turn of an internal enemy of Tolosa Paz in La Plata, her district, Florencia Saintout, former dean of the Faculty of Journalism of the University of that city.
"Attacking @wadodecorrido thinking about their own electoral campaign is the most anti-Peronist thing there is," she accused her.
"Victoria Tolosa Paz, first the homeland, then the movement and lastly the people, I repeat it to you because it seems that you never understood it," he chicaned her, appealing to a kind of peronometer to see which of the two militates better the party doctrine.
Tolosa Paz: "Define if you are inside or outside"
Both left to cross Tolosa Paz for their strong statements against the Minister of the Interior on Friday afternoon.
"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," the head of Social Development had shot.
Alberto Fernández with Victoria Tolosa Paz.
"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 an act.
And he added: "I said it a few months ago, you have to define yourself or you are inside or you are outside and I think this is also part of what we have to define."
Tolosa Paz was the spearhead of Albertismo to respond to the criticism of Wado de Pedro, who pointed to the President's political pettiness for feeling marginalized by an act by the Brazilian President, Lula Da Silva, during his brief stay in Argentina to participate in the summit from Celac.
De Pedro maintained, through people around him, that Fernández did not invite the act with the Human Rights organization because he expressed his intention to be a presidential candidate in an eventual step of the Front of All against him.
"It has no codes"
"It has no codes"
was the phrase that reverberated the most in the offices of the Casa Rosada.
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