Different sectors of the Frente de Todos (FdT) warned this Monday that there are “concentrated economic actors who are trying to advance in a process of destabilization” in the countrybut they affirmed that the Government of Alberto Fernández “was elected in 2019 and ends its term in 2023”, while Complaints for “threat of rebellion” against ex-military carapintada Aldo Rico are advancing in Justice.
The Comptroller of the Federal Investigation Agency (AFI), Agustín Rossidenounced the “enormous pressure” exerted by the markets but remarked that the FdT government “He was elected in 2019 and his term ends in 2023.”
Rossi pointed out that he found the reaction of the FdT bloc of deputies and the parties that make up the ruling coalition “very good” who expressed this Sunday their absolute rejection of the “expressions and coup maneuvers that have taken place in the country in recent days.” and reaffirmed their “full commitment to democracy and institutions.”
“They try to take advantage of this bullfight and this harassment as a result of the market wants to devalue with political connotations. Regardless of the Government’s own responsibilities, a number of characters have been set up, such as ex-military personnel, political leaders beyond any logic, opposition deputies asking for the impeachment of the President because they are trying to generate a climate that Peronism is going to denounce,” criticized the official. .
After marking as “unintelligible” that “some characters continue to speak in Argentina”, Rossi considered that “it is good that a reaction like the one that appeared” appears because “it strengthens the FdT and defends the main leaders who are Alberto and (the vice president ) Cristina (Fernández de Kirchner)”.
“The government was elected in 2019 and its mandate ends in 2023, and for the government to change they have to win the elections,” stressed.
The complaint against Rico
While, two federal judges were drawn to intervene in the complaints filed for “threat of rebellion” against Aldo Ricoas a result of his statements in a message addressed to the Armed Forces.
Federal judge Ariel Lijo was in charge of a complaint filed by the prosecutor before the Supreme Court, Víctor Abramovich, while his peer Sebastián Casanello was drawn after the presentation made by the Secretary of Human Rights, Horacio Pietragalla.
Abramovich denounced Rico for alleged “threat of rebellion” as a result of the dissemination through the YouTube platform of “an extensive message addressed to members of the Armed Forces called ‘The homeland is in danger'”, considering that there ” a message is publicly disseminated that could constitute a threat of attack against the constitutional order and democratic life”.
On the other hand, in the Federal Court 7 in charge of Casanello filed by lottery the complaint that Pietragalla presented before the “possible commission of the crime of public threat and suitable against democratically elected authorities”, which are typified in article 226 bis of the Penal Code.
In the arguments of the complaint, it is argued that the former Army lieutenant colonel “has political, military and police contacts and previous experience in the organization and execution of two military uprisings” against the democratic system, in relation to the uprisings. carapintadas of 1987 and 1988 against the government of former president Raúl Alfonsín.
In the video, Rico summoned the military in what he considered “a meeting call before the crises and before the battle, as is the style in our Armed Forces.”
For its part, the leader of the organization Somos Barrios de Pie, Daniel Menéndez, warned that “there are concentrated economic sectors that try to advance in a process of political destabilization” and that “they only seek to obtain an enormous amount of dollars by forcing the national government to devalue.”
Menéndez maintained that this maneuver, “beyond the process of political and economic destabilization, will also generate an enormous cost for our society as a whole.”
“That is why we understand that from the popular movements we must close ranks in the process of strengthening the Government and the FdT”, he added in statements to Télam.
In the same line, the head of the CTA and deputy of the FdT, Hugo Yasky, I affirm that tomorrow’s march in commemoration of the 70th anniversary of the death of Eva Perón “will serve as a forceful response against the destabilizers who seek a devaluation and who today are emptying the food table of millions of Argentines”.