Six days before the end of Alberto Fernández's term, social leader Juan Grabois published a very harsh open letter against the president and maintained that "the general balance" of his administration "is terrible and we have to take charge."
Grabois focused his criticism on the president's latest statements in which he rejected the method of measuring poverty. At this point, he acknowledged that the government leaves worse figures than those it inherited from Mauricio Macri and warned that Argentina "is exploding."
"Let's make a deep reflection to understand what we did wrong as a whole, each sector, each leader, each militant, so that it is never repeated that a government that perceives itself and proclaims itself popular and Peronist, in a context of growth in the gross product and increase in activity, has these levels of poverty and indigence," he emphasized.
In the letter published on social networks, the leader also demanded that Alberto Fernández apologize for the results of his administration and chided him for his decision to leave the country once his term ends to teach abroad.
"The problems are not going to be solved by asking for forgiveness, but at some point it would be restorative for society as a whole and for all of us, those of us who are going to stay in Argentina, possibly persecuted and surely demonized in a proportion far greater than our personal responsibility in the social and political situation of the country," he said. .
I didn't want to participate in any kind of internal discussion, but one issue addressed by the president in the Noticias Argentinas interview challenges me strongly. I'm going to avoid personal qualifiers. Personalizing too much depoliticizes. I focus on the specific topic.
— Juan Grabois (@JuanGrabois) December 4, 2023