And he added: “we are going to have a proactive and positive work agenda with one of the most competitive and dynamic sectors in Argentina, which is the countryside”, as he had already indicated that he would delegate to his new Secretary of Agriculture, John Joseph Bahillo.
Some media did not understand. Or yes, but they preferred to ignore the Minister’s request to avoid speculation. This is the case of Clarín, which this morning published a note on the “Massa Plan” in which he completely distorted his expression during the press conference.
The Gran Diario Argentino published: “Retentions? “I don’t deny or confirm,” Massa said Wednesday. On Thursday, she continued fine-tuning details with his team at the Ministry of Economy”in a sort of broken telephone where he also continued to speculate on alternatives that the Minister would provide. Exactly the opposite of what Massa had expressed.
The media attack against the new Minister of Economy also came from the newspaper The nation and the television signal The Nation +where one of the shareholders is the former president Mauricio Macriwho resorted to dusting off the archive to show a liberal and right-wing Massa, with his UCeDé past.
A stage in the life of the current minister that he does not hide or deny, but that was left as far behind as the 30 years that have passed. Within hours of taking office, the newspaper that Mauricio Macri bought was quick to point him out as “slippery in his loyalties” next to an old photo album, from his beginnings in politics.
As a kind of welcome to the new position of the leader of the Renovating Front, two of the main media groups in the country are on a war footing and bet on distortion and wear, even before the announced measures become effective.