The Minister of National Security, Anibal Fernandez, analyzed the political scene ahead of the legislative elections of November 14 and considered that the Frente de Todos should look for “all those who did not go to vote” and aimed against the opposition.
“We have to work and go out to the neighborhoods to look for all those who did not vote in the PASO,” said Fernández in dialogue with Radio 10.
The official also considered that if the opposition coalition prevails in the legislative elections “the pain is going to be so great that we are going to find a frustrated Argentina.”
“I have my doubts that they are going to be imposed. I do not think that the workers can vote for their executioner,” he said and added: “they tell the workers in the face that they are going for their severance pay and their dismissals, that they are going for a absolutely precarious situation, which has nothing to do with what they have known about how they are cared for with the respect that they have to be treated. “
Fernández also highlighted the work of the Frente de Todos and pointed against the management of Cambiemos. “After four years of catastrophe that we had to live, it was imperative that Argentina had four years of the Government of Alberto and Cristina thinking of compensating for so much damage produced,” he said.
On the other hand, the head of Security highlighted the designation of Roberto Feletti As Secretary of Internal Commerce, he stated: “we must put prices in order, so that entrepreneurs do not earn by renting a single product, but by volume for selling at a reasonable price.”