The opposition echoed the crisis in the Casa Rosada, with a wave of resignations by eight ministers. One of the first to pick up the glove was Lilita Carrio, in dialogue with Radio Miter.
The leader of the Civic Coalition pointed out against the ministers who respond to Cristina Kirchner, accusing that the former president of the Nation is responsible for what she considers a coup d’état. In addition, he added that the vice president is “emptying” Alberto Fernández of power.
After giving his support to the Argentine president and asking him to resist, he assured that CFK and his ministers want to get rid of a defeat they caused. At the end, he stressed that it will be a task of the governors belonging to the PJ “to sustain the institutionality.”
Mario Negri expressed his dissatisfaction with the situation through his Twitter account, where he demanded that the Frente de Todos act with maximum responsibility and resolve “their internal differences.” Graciela Ocaña marked her position on the same platform.
The national deputy stated that the votes of the PASO 2021 were not heard and requested that “an institutional crisis not be generated.” “They kill themselves for power,” he added in the discharge tweet. Together for the Change announced that it will soon present an official statement on the resignations.
Who added his appeared in the last hours to give his opinion on what happened in the Casa Rosada. The former president stressed that from “the Christian media” they want to install Alberto Fernández as the main person in charge, for not responding to their requests. He also warned that what happened in the Casa Rosada could have a violent social impact.
In another line, Alejandro Bodart, leader of the Left (FIT-MTS), made clear his dissatisfaction with the events of the day and commented that what must be changed is the “course”, not the ministers. In turn, he took advantage of calling the discontents to his ranks as the only possible way out. “I came with the Left Front,” he concluded.