The pre-candidate a national deputy for him Front of All on the Buenos aires city, Leandro santoro, opined this tuesday about him case of the musician ‘Chano’ Carpenter and the utilization of pistolas Taser by the forces of security. In this sense, the current Buenos Aires legislator and presidential advisor set a forceful stance, which will be the subject of debate in the next few hours.
In dialogue with Modo Plager (Radio Rivadavia), Santoro said: “I don’t think that ‘Chano’ has to be mixed with the use of these pistols because it is mental health.” “I think they are necessary,” he said, but “not for the case of ‘Chano'”, but “for the Malba situation,” making a clear allusion to the murder of the police officer Juan Pablo Roldán, stabbed on September 28, 2020. ” I don’t like any weapon but the forces must have them ”, he clarified.
In relation to the closing of lists for the legislative elections and the beginning of the electoral campaign, Alberto Fernández’s advisor affirmed everything “is calm.” “It was an intense day on Saturday, but now we are putting the field teams in order. It is a calm and promising start ”, predicted the official leader with origins in radicalism.
And he stated that “the objective of the unit is strategic and the most important”, and warned that “obviously, this campaign will count a lot on the capacity of each one of us to be able to add to the Front of All in perspectives and ambitions. There are more moderate sectors, others more radicalized, with a heterogeneous definition, as happens in Together for Change ”, he compared.
When asked about the position adopted by the Casa Rosada on the internal conflicts in Cuba, Venezuela and Colombia, among other countries, Santoro declared: “We cannot get into the internal life of any country. In personal terms, neither the model of Venezuela nor that of Cuba I like for my country ”. And with respect to Israel, he launched a self-criticism: “It seems to me that the approach with Israel was not correct”, although he highlighted: “The problem of foreign policy is when a type of comment is made and not undergoing any type of operations.”