May 15, 2022 11:21 pm

Aníbal Fernández criticized Máximo Kirchner: “If you don’t like it, let’s wait for you to be president”

The Minister of National Security, Hannibal Fernandez, referred tonight to the decision taken by Maximo Kirchner to resign from the presidency of the bloc of the Chamber of Deputies. “I was surprised by Máximo Kirchner’s resignation,” he said.

“He is a very important leader in the line of our political movement,” he began in dialogue with C5N. And he continued: “If it is what he has understood that he has to put into practice… The President said it yesterday, he has to resolve it as he resolved it in 24 hours to continue with a common strategy that includes everyone, including Máximo ”.

Regarding the letter that the deputy wrote, he said: “I don’t value it,” and maintained that “the importance of the discussion that is taking place at this moment, the one that has Argentina in suspense, They have to be given at the highest levels.”

In this line, he emphasized a strong defense of the president Albert Fernandez: “For those of us who come from Peronism, the Homeland comes first and if we assume that the Homeland is at risk, the first thing that is going to be done is to join a strategy that the President is carrying out. There cannot be forty heads here, there is only one”. Then, he addressed the message to Máximo Kirchner: “If you don’t like it, let’s wait for you to be president, what do you want me to tell you? The only thing missing is for me to tell the President that I am not accompanying him because he does not do what I want.”

“There is a President of the Nation, elected by the popular will, who is the one who has to take charge of turning around that situation in which we find ourselves, which is priceless – priceless for anyone because no one would have given you a handle. That situation to be discussed and set in motion must be given by the President. If they agree, they don’t agree, everything has a limit, when they can’t agree The decision is made by the President.”, argument.

Yesterday, the official shared a message on his Twitter account criticizing the deputy’s decision. “Too bad Máximo Kirchner did not read this tweet, when his dad also bought time by agreeing with the IMF in 2003 with even more disadvantageous conditions… but his need to show his position won him over,” says the message he retweeted.

Below is a post from a few days ago, from a user named Carlos Riello, showing different newspaper covers from 2003 and 2004, during the presidency of Nestor Kirchner, in which the negotiations of that time between the government and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) were reported.

“Too bad that Máximo Kirchner did not read this tweet”, the message shared by Aníbal Fernández.

Along with these photos, the man who presents himself as an economist and sociologist stated: “Our black palates… Sometimes they forget how Nestor Kirchner himself had to negotiate with the IMF until he was strong and then kicked them out by paying him in cash. The photos are important, but the film is more accurate to give an opinion from the pulpit of purity.

The head of the Security portfolio was very active on social networks and shared on several occasions the interview that President Alberto Fernández gave this Monday, as a way of showing his support for the president, in the midst of an internal crisis in the ruling party.

Maximo Kirchner resigned on Monday night from the presidency of the Frente de Todos bloc of deputies due to his differences with the agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and made his resignation public with strong criticism of the way in which the refinancing of the debt.

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