The former Minister of Defense Agustin Rossi considered that the opposition of Together for Change (JxC) “would have to lower the tone and vote on the agreement proposed by the government” with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) because the administration of President Alberto Fernández “is trying to solve the problem that is generated” during the administration of Mauricio Macri.
“The attitude of the opposition leaders is far from being that of someone who is responsible for taking on the debt that was carried out in 2018 when they were the government. They set Argentina on fire and now they give instructions. What is happening is ironic,” Rossi said in statements to El Destape Radio.
“The attitude of the opposition leaders is far from being that of someone who is responsible for taking on the debt that was carried out in 2018 when they were the government. They set Argentina on fire and now they give instructions”
Regarding the different positions that exist within the Front of All (FdT) on the agreement with the IMF, Rossi considered that the differences that could exist “are those that exist between the leaders who want to solve the problem” of the indebtedness created by the government of Mauricio Macriof Together for Change.
Likewise, he affirmed that the understanding reached with the IMF “leaves a scenario of economic growth that, without making adjustments, will leave room for the fiscal goals that have been proposed to be achieved.”
about the resignation of Maximo Kirchner to the presidency of the block of pro-government deputies for his discrepancies with the agreement, indicated that depending on the position he held “he should adopt that path”.
“The most important thing about being president of the ruling bloc is to build consensus and give legislative support to the government’s initiatives. If you are president and you do not agree with such an important issue, it is very difficult to take the situation forward,” he observed. the santafesino leader.
Rossi believed that, once the debate over the agreement with the IMF is over, “there will be other spaces to continue building together within the FdT.”