Some days ago, Alberto Fernandez He attacked a newspaper for his statements regarding the link between the Government and the Supreme Court. Today, the president again pointed against that same medium, but this time it was due to the agreement between the Argentina and the IMF. “Today we find the cover of the newspaper Clarín that says that, in that meeting, I announced that the agreement with the IMF would be sealed next year,” he said regarding the meeting that the president had with important businessmen.
Through his Twitter account, the head of state assured that “it was not like that” and remarked that “we want to achieve that agreement as soon as the conditions are met.” Therefore, he argued that “it would be good if, leaving differences aside, a transcendent issue for the country, such as debt, unites us in a common goal” and specified that this union should go “from the businessmen and the trade unions, from political forces to the media ”.
In order to reinforce the Government’s intention to agree with the Fund, Alberto Fernández remarked that «well said today the businessman Francisco De Narváez whom I quote, the president did not tell us that the agreement with the IMF it is postponed, he told us that it is in the process of being carried out “and stressed that De Narváez himself said that” a newspaper talks about kicking, but one does not kick in these negotiations. The president said that he wants to make an agreement that is beneficial for the Argentines and that is enforceable.
Alberto Fernández’s spicy tweet about the Court
At the beginning of this month, Alberto Fernández pointed out against a well-known newspaper for assuring that “with the departure of Highton, the Government loses its only vote in the Court” and far from being silent, the president remarked: “I read the cover of the newspaper of today from the main media and telecommunications company in the country saying that the Government loses its only vote in the Court.
“I am shocked,” he admitted and launched that “if the Government lost its only vote, whose are the four remaining votes?” As for Elena Highton de Nolasco, her resignation will take effect on November 1 and although there are already several names that could occupy the place of the judge in the highest court, it is not yet known who will replace her.