William Moreno ratified its position on socioeconomic situation of the country and asked the exit imminent of President. The former Secretary of Commerce of the Kirchnerist era attacked the national government again and insisted on the departure of Alberto Fernández and Cristina Kirchner. He predicted that more complex situations could be experienced than in 2001 if both continue in power.
The Peronist economist from the beginning of the current administration was pessimistic about what could happen. This case, on Radio Delta, confirmed the past view of him and held that «tomorrow will be much worse than today«. In this context, he recommended that the President leave power and insert a “Peronist Government” to reach 2023 with expectations for the elections.
Guillermo Moreno was encouraged to compare the administration of Fernando De la Rúa with that of Alberto Fernández: “This is failed. This is over. You have to see if she has a father, a mother or both. This is irreversible. It has to be finished and as soon as possible. Now we are worse than with De la Rúa. When this is over it will be much worse than in 2001.”he indicated.
The controversial official that Kirchnerism had continued with the similarities between governments and this time he compared it with the previous one to the current one: “The IMF gave Macri, in one year, he gave him 44 million dollars. Macri is so bad that he lost the elections with that money. Imagine how Alberto is that he lost and what Macri had not lost, which are the mid-term elections. And now he begins to apply the policies of this disastrous agreement that he signed. Macri’s disaster can return because Alberto is worse “he remarked.
“I tell you that tomorrow we are going to be much worse. The President is inept. I want Alberto to leave now together with Cristina. He has to go before disaster strikes. The Law of Acephaly must be applied because a disaster is coming. A Peronist government must be given the opportunity to reverse this in six months”, sentenced the former Secretary of Commerce.