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"The political table has three legs: Alberto Fernández, Cristina Kirchner and Sergio Massa," said Victoria Tolosa Paz


The minister also expressed that the President and the vice are the ones who must solve the problems of the inmate in the Front of All.

The Minister of Social Development, Victoria Tolosa Paz, assured this Wednesday that the political table of the Frente de Todos to define the electoral strategy towards the presidential elections, must be made up of the main leaders of the space: President Alberto Fernández, Vice Cristina Kirchner and the Minister of Economy, Sergio Massa.

"On the 16th there will be a table where there will be three legs: Alberto, Cristina and Massa

, where the electoral calendar and the ways to make an orderly STEP will be defined," he said in dialogue with AM 530.

Regarding the inmate that broke out inside the Casa Rosada between the Minister of the Interior, Eduardo Wado de Pedro, and President Fernández, he replied that it is something "that they have to be able to resolve between Alberto and Cristina."

In addition, he pointed out that after the episode that was reported to the media, "they had a dialogue after the episode of Wado de Pedro," said Tolosa Paz, referring to a communication between the President and the vice president.

The official thus referred to the discontent that the Minister of the Interior revealed when he was not invited to a meeting between human rights organizations and the President of Brazil, Lula Da Silva, when the Brazilian president was visiting Buenos Aires.

The current Minister of Social Development believes that President Fernández and his vice must resolve the internal conflict of the ruling party.

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In this regard, Tolosa Paz clarified that he did not promote the resignation of the official, although he considered that "when you are a minister or minister you owe yourself to that President."

Referring to the different internal lines within the FdT, he assessed that "

Albertismo does not exist, and the President himself says that he does not believe in 'isms'",

and defined himself as "deeply Peronist and also Kirchnerist".

Tolosa Paz said that the official coalition always had a heterogeneous character, and he wondered: "Did anyone think that with that heterogeneity we were going to be a symphony without noise?"

The national official considered that the government coalition also

has "ahead of it the task of consolidating the unity of the political front"

and for that it is necessary that candidacies be resolved through the Primaries mechanism, where the "heterogeneity" of the front is expressed .

In this line, he gave as an example the figure of the deputy and son of former president Máximo Kirchner, who repeatedly expressed his disagreement with the management of the national Executive.

"Máximo criticizes the soybean dollar and Massa defends it; Máximo does not believe in the agreement with the Fund and Massa does; Alberto believes in free parities and not in granting fixed sums, Cristina believes in granting fixed sums."

she pointed at her.

In this regard, he said that there should be in the PASO "two or three candidates who explain the tools to achieve the objectives" and insisted that

"the channel to sustain unity is the PASO."

Source: clarin

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