The president of the Chamber of Deputies, Cecilia Moreau, considered Friday that "it is possible that there is a political reconfiguration of the Government" and did not rule out that Sergio Massa leaves the Ministry of Economy.
"Asking him to be economy minister, to be a candidate and to have PASO is very rare," he said.
"I think it is possible that there will be a political reconfiguration of the government. I see Sergio very tired of so much pressure, so much effort and the incomprehension that there is on the part of some leaders of our political space," he said in statements to Radio La Red.
Asked if that reconfiguration would mean that Sergio Massa would leave the Ministry of Economy, she replied: "I do not rule it out, but I do not want to affirm it either, but I see it at a significant level of weariness."
The head of the lower house said that for Massa to be in charge of the economic portfolio "is rowing up in dulce de leche and he is taking it well."
"When the lists are closed, he will be seeing how he rearranges the problem that (Martin) Guzman left us with the agreement that was made with the Fund. It's a bad, inflationary deal," he insisted.
Moreau is the leader closest to Massa who openly questions the intention to settle the candidacies in a PASO.
On the other hand, it is the Minister of Social Development, Victoria Tolosa Paz, who defends the PASO.
"She campaigned last year for Kicillof as the best governor in the history of the province of Buenos Aires and today she says she wants to be a candidate against him," Moreau said.
When asked about those who, for her, are the best candidates of the ruling party, she considered that, without Cristina Kirchner, Massa, Axel Kicillof and Wado de Pedro are the ones who measure the most.
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