Louis D’Elia I know referred to exit of Martin Guzman Y assured that “fled from a political quilombo«. The social leader, one of the maximum defenders of the management of Albert Fernandez, analyzed the resignation of Ex minister of Economy. In this sense, he argued that Guzman towards the advertisements of Silvina Batakis “would be shooting him in the Plaza de Mayo.”
The leader of MILES wanted to express his vision about the modification that took place in the Palacio de Hacienda. The former official’s justification was based on political and not economic issues. «Guzmán did not flee from an economic quilombo: he fled from a political quilombo. Between this petardista thing of Cristina and the enormous irresponsibility of Guzmán, they generated this moment of instability“he opined.
Along the same lines, he noted that the former official was cornered by the toughest sector of the Government and that is why he had to step aside. D’Elia drew a parallel between Guzmán and his successor. «If he announced the measures announced by Batakis, they would be shooting him in Plaza de Mayo«He indicated in Russian Roulette, a program broadcast by Metro 95.1.
Next, he focused on Cristina Kirchner, one of the main critics of the outgoing minister. «I am not disappointed in her. She is a brilliant woman, one of the best leaders in Latin America; but, since I’m not a pimp or obsequious, I reserve the right to tell you the things with which I do not agree and in recent times there have been several«, he stressed.
Finally, he spoke about social movements, another sector that was attacked by the vice president. In one of her last speeches, she accused them of “outsourcing” social plans. Despite this, Luis D’Elía defended the organizations: «The popular economy is here to stay and the 200 social movements are the unions of the popular economy. They should not be eliminated, but legalized“, he concluded.