The National government is carrying out a strong campaign with the aim of recovering votes in the face of the Parliamentary election of November. Darío Lopérfido, former Minister of Culture of Buenos Aires, spoke about the elections and the role that the ruling party is occupying in recent weeks, and assured that “the Kirchnerism he is going to die of natural causes in a democracy that is because of the vote and he is going to suffer a beating ”.
In dialogue with CNN Radio, the former minister expressed that “the level of decline of the government is accelerating” and added that “when Peronism reaches a level of decline it is time for a change of government.” Regarding the general elections that will be held in three weeks, he said that “this time the decline will not fall to another government but to them and that has to generate the death of Kirchnerism.”
Along these lines, Lopérfido said that the ruling party will die “of natural causes in democracy, which is by vote. This will raise awareness in sectors of society and sectors of Peronism, who will not want to be under the wing of Kirchnerism any more. It will remain as a marginal force ». “In the next two years, the Government is going to have to continue with that level of destruction that is going to be seen in November. He is going to suffer a beating in the elections ”, he assured.
“The Government has to guarantee security”
Then, Lopérfido made reference to the attacks that were carried out in Río Negro by the Mapuche community, and the different exchanges that took place from the governorate of the province and the Nation. “If there is something that the Government has to do, it is to guarantee security,” said the former official about the attitude of the Notional Government when he said that it was not their responsibility.
Arabela Carreras, governor of Río Negro, declared that it is essential that they send in the national forces and Alberto Fernández responded to this demand with a letter. Lopérfido analyzed the wording and the purpose of the letter and noted that it has “a lot of errors.” Finally, the former Buenos Aires minister declared that “the decline is noticeable in details.”