A new controversy surrounds the government in his quest to reverse the Outcome of the PASO in the next Parliamentary election from November. In this case, social networks exploded due to the new initiative implemented by the Executive. It is about spreading an official propaganda in the ‘Mi Argentina app‘and users of Twitter they did not keep their anger at him use of the means of the State.
When entering the application for the cell phone, a section called “news” appears where the Government published the statements of President Alberto Fernández made yesterday in Almirante Brown, acknowledging the electoral defeat. The app was designed to contain personal information such as the vaccination certificate, DNI, national digital driver’s license or the CUIL certificate, among others.
Twitter users, including opposition leaders, criticized the use of a state resource for political campaigning. The note that was published in the App and that caused the controversy is titled: “The President assured Almirante Brown that ‘what we did wrong we will correct, what we did not do we will do'”. By clicking on it, the person is directed to the official page of Casa Rosada where the complete publication can be found.
“True to its style, Peronism confuses party with government and state. Two days after the defeat of Alberto and Cristina they spread proselytizing advertisements on the Mi Argentina app. If anyone believed that they had understood the message of the ballot box, it is not like that. Incorrigible, “said the deputy belonging to Together for Change Mario Negri in their networks.
The legislator Luis Petri, also from the opposition bloc, joined in the criticism and said: “They once again appropriate the resources of the State, now it was the turn of the #MiArgentina app, to use it as an electoral and political propaganda tool. You can’t get more fascist! ”. Other users showed their discontent and stated: “What the hell… is he doing this in the Mi Argentina app? They use something from the state to make political propaganda ”.