Louis Judge was another of the opposition leaders who sumo its opinion over a possible dialogue with the government. These last few weeks, after what was the attempted assassination of Cristina Kirchner, a rapprochement between the most important political forces was projected. The Cordovan senator maintained that one cannot talk to “liars.”
leaders like Peter’s Wado or Alberto Fernández himself called for dialogue to iron out some differences between the opposition and the ruling party. The attack on the vice president was a turning point for many political figures. As a solution to the growth of violence, they saw a good solution in the rapprochement of the parties. However, in Together for Change there is a sector that resists.
Luis Juez is one of the opposition leaders who disbelieves in the good predisposition of the Frente de Todos: “When you have a vocation for dialogue, you don’t go out and make a mess. You go, you get together, you have a coffee and you apologize. Unless the intention is another. I have been in the Senate for 10 months and Cristina Kirchner never greeted me. She talks to two or three senators”, he pointed out on LN+.
“You cannot dialogue with liars. They spent six and a half hours hitting us with a pipe. Half an hour later they called us, when the attack happened, they summoned us and we were all there. We do not ask if it was the KGB, the Mossad or “the gang of copitos”, he added to his justification. In practically the same way, Alfredo Cornejo expressed himself, who assured that he does not believe in the good intentions of the former President.
In any case, Luis Juez supported the idea of dialogue. Although he reaffirmed that Kirchnerism lies, he emphasized the need for political debate: “I don’t want to destroy the mechanism of the dialogue because these guys are going to destroy any mechanism and the dialogue, in a country like ours, it is a mechanism that we should have now”, he concluded.