The Minister of National Security, Hannibal Fernandezcame out at the intersection of Andres “Crow” Larroqueafter the Buenos Aires leader and official assured this Monday by AM750 what is being lived “a dangerous self-proscription in the Front of All”.
“When a Kirchnerist gives his opinion, it is a drama and it is said that unity is broken, but someone close to the President says any nonsense and nothing happens“Larroque denounced this morning. Hannibal Fernandez assured that “in no way” is this statement true.
“In this (in reference to the agreement with the IMF) there are very clear positions. Some are in certain ways and others in another. I do not agree that it is not agreed with the Fund. And they are not going to tell me that they do not know that I am a Kirchnerist. Or are only those who think like them Kirchnerists?“, the Security Minister was annoyed in dialogue with noon 750, by AM750.
He added: “I’m the same as always. I was minister of Néstor four and a half years and six years of Cristina. I don’t have any complaints for bribes, or by jet, or anything like that. My bad image of any survey has to do with put up a face for everything i had to do. Many times disagreeing. And I don’t regret anything.”
“I conceived a picture of politics to be able to be ready to do those things. I’m not complaining. But what you have to do in this is to be able to stand up and say the things that you agree with. Or are things only okay when I agree with them?“, he added.
Meanwhile, regarding the alleged lack of instances of dialogue between the different spaces of the ruling coalition, he said that “there should always be intermediate points” and that “if one looks for it, one finds it”. I don’t think things can’t be discussed. That this could not have been discussed, “she emphasized.
“What happens is that discussing it does not mean that one is going to say yes. The President is the one who has the last word. And if he has the last word, when the time comes when there is no more time left, when we get to the fence, a decision has to be made. And who takes it? The President takes it “, he sentenced.
“We cannot be asking him to make my decision so that things go well. Make the decision you think is the right one. And I think he made the right decision“, he concluded, and maintained that “it would be irresponsible” to put the unity of the Front of All at risk.
“The work has to be put at the service of where we are that we have to go. But that also means that one has to learn that unity is not at the expense of becoming the obedient one who eats the soup when told. It is done based on what we all want and what are the objectives we pursue. And try to come up with common strategies,” she said.