The day came when Serge Massa formally assumed the unified Ministry of Economywhich will include among its areas Productive development Y Agriculture, Cattle raising Y Fishing, among others. In this framework, the national deputy of Together for Change Martin Tetaz He made a criticism of the formation of the new team that the Tigrense will lead, but with a curious praise. “It’s Messi”said the economist about one of the members of the renewed portfolio.
“There was an attempt to dye Massa’s exit epic as a heroic gesture of someone who mutilates an arm in order to save the country. He carried out an operation in the media to create this figure of superminister,” Tetaz began by pointing out, as compiled NA. In the same sense, he ironized against the new president of the lower house, Cecilia Moreau: “You are within your rights. He touches the first minority of the House”.
Regarding the economic cabinet, the opposition legislator highlighted the figure of Raul Rigo, who will be in charge of the Ministry of Finance. “Except for the arrival of Rigo, who is Messi in terms of the Treasury, the rest of the cabinet gives me the feeling that they had promised me a dream team,” objected Tetaz, who also criticized the figure of Jose Ignacio of beg.
“The arrival seems to me an unnecessary provocation because he is a lobbyist for certain industrial sectors that have never generated added value for Argentina,” said the national deputy of Together for Change about the figure of Mendiguren’s ‘Vasco’, who until then presided the Investment and Foreign Trade Bank (BICE) and now he is once again in charge of Productive Development, now with the rank of Secretary.
Tetaz also referred to the former Argentine head of Satellite Solutions SA (Arsat) and new Secretary of Commerce, Matias Tombolini. “I know him personally and I appreciate him, but I don’t know what role he will play. Kirchnerism puts secretaries that confuse the function and ask it to control inflation. I would like to know what role the Secretary of Commerce is going to play,” he remarked.
Finally, the opposition national legislator analyzed the economic situation and stated that the government’s problem is “lack of credibility” and a “very low level of trust.” And he continued: “This is reversed by turning the course of the economic model 180 degrees like Alfonsín with the Austral Plan and Menem with Convertibility, where they surprised the markets.”