The leader of the Civic Coalition
received this Thursday the outgoing Buenos Aires Minister of Security and Justice,
at his home in Exaltación de la Cruz and thus made it clear that he supports the former official.
In addition, she Carrió made it known that she is not satisfied with her departure, much less with the decision of the Buenos Aires head of government not to support him after alleged chats obtained after a telephone hack were leaked.
The photo was a hard message for Larreta.
Carrió wrote this Thursday in a photo with D'Alessandro.
The message fell like a missile in Uspallata,
the seat of the Buenos Aires Government, where they thought to end the chapter of the replacement in Security.
It is that Carrió, in addition, is not satisfied with the arrival of Eugenio Burzaco to the Buenos Aires security area.
The official will assume on Monday.
D'Alessandro confirmed yesterday that he was leaving office after the forced leave.
Carrió had pressured Larreta to reinstate the official and was confident that the head of government would keep his word.
According to sources close to Carrió, this was what he had promised at a meeting last December.
The former deputy was against handing over an official who, according to her eyes, was the victim of an illegal espionage operation.
But Larreta finally decided to displace it despite the fact that a ruling by the Justice held that these chats could not be used because they were the product of an illegal hack and an expert report from the Buenos Aires Attorney determined that, after the hacks, the chats could be adulterated.
For Carrió behind the hacking there is intelligence labor linked to Kirchnerism.
He even filed a complaint against César Milani, former head of Cristina Kirchner's Army.
But in Uspallata, where they usually make decisions with the polls in hand, they considered it better to let go of D'Alessandro's hand to decompress and prevent the leaks from affecting Larreta.
On Wednesday, after D'Alessandro's resignation letter, the Buenos Aires head of government said that he will continue to be linked to the PRO teams.
They even maintained that the official wanted to leave his position.
There are conflicting versions.
Sources that deal with the former Buenos Aires minister maintain that he is not satisfied with his departure.
Some even question the lack of support from the head of government for the former official.
Burzaco, who takes office on Monday, has already had two passes through the security area that ended with early departures.
The first was in the City when Guillermo Montenegro -current mayor of Mar Del Plata- was minister of the area during the Buenos Aires management of Mauricio Macri.
Burzaco was in charge of the Metropolitan Police but Montenegro kicked him out.
They had a strained relationship and Burzaco wanted to take over for Montenegro.
His second experience was when Patricia Bullrich took over as National Security Minister, but it didn't end well either.
Burzaco was the Secretary of Security - in fact the number two in the area - but he did not have the confidence of Bullrich who first created an area that overlapped him to remove tasks and then displaced him.