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In the front of all there are two parties that come with a serious conflict. The peronism supports the president while the Kirchnerism accompanies the vice president, it is precisely for this reason that the parties practically do not speak and criticism is already commonplace in Pink House. However, the presidential spokeswoman, Gabriela Cerutiminimized the facts.

The leader denied that there is a fight within the government and maintained that they are all common practices within a government coalition. However, the tensions are such that it is estimated that they will not arrive with unity in the face of 2023 and that each front will put its own candidates for the STEP. In this way, the dissolution of the block could be defined, although it is still lacking.

«I wouldn’t qualify a normal debate as a fight and habitual in a government coalition”, indicated the leader. In addition, she warned that “the media loves turn a public debate into a fight» and that this phenomenon is really the one that generates all the assumptions about a possible rupture. In any case, Alberto Fernández himself recognized that the dialogues are increasingly distant

Finally, Gabriela Cerruti announced that we have to get used to because it is a Front, that it has different spaces that want to deepen the agenda towards one side or the other. in which he makes the decisions President but all voices are heard. It happens in all the countries in which a coalition governs, ”concluded the leader, according to Télam.

Gabriela Cerruti sees “tensions” but not obstacles

On the other hand, Gabriela Cerruti clarified that Argentina “it has tensions due to inflation, it has tensions due to the recovery of wages that fell for so many years, and it has tensions due to the war, of course, but it is on the right track”. Although it seems contradictory, they warned that they will maintain unity and that the Government is not in danger beyond the crossings.

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