The Rioja senator for Hay Futuro Argentina (she had entered the Senate for the Cambiemos/UCR alliance) Clara Vega who was disqualified by former president Mauricio Macri by calling her a “political accident”, came out to the former president’s intersection and affirmed that in said political space there is no representation of women.

In dialogue with AM750, the senator referred to the insults towards her person delivered by the leader of Cambiemos and maintained that “It is part of the political violence to which women are generally exposed.”

“Beyond what one can say, his own words identify him (Macri) with respect to what he the space itself (Together for Change) considers the representation of women”he remarked.

And he insisted that in the political space led by Mauricio Macri “they consider themselves superior to women, hence the disqualification”, just as the former president did when referring to the “superior race” of the German soccer team.

“For this man to speak in this way is to ignore my work”sentenced.

The Rioja legislator decided to give a quorum in the session and accompany the ruling party in the vote on the decree to appoint the new representatives of the Council of the Magistracy who begin their terms this week. In this session, the opposition decided not to go down to the venue because they disagreed with the appointments.

In this frame, Vega considered the actions of the Superma Court an “interference” because “it makes decisions that are clearly from our Chamber of Senators, such as the power to organize and reorganize itself into blocks.”

Finally, he recalled when Together for Change as a Government “made an arbitrary decision when choosing representatives in the Chamber of Deputies and Senators” which guaranteed his representatives in the Judicial Council.

Source: Pagina12

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