After the exchanges between President Alberto Fernández and various government officials, the Minister of the Interior, Peter’s Wadomade a series of posts on his Twitter account to try to tone down the internal controversy.
To open the thread of your posts the mandatary He emphasized that he does not seek to exacerbate the crisis, “For days there has been a media uproar about an internal government situation. It is not my intention to continue paying to this controversy,” he wrote. Peter’s Wado.
In that same tone, Peter’s Wado He argued that as a government they have “political responsibilities” for which they must “contribute sensibly” to recover the country’s economy, which is one of the priorities of the current administration.
“Those of us who have political responsibilities must bring good sense, because there are more important things at stake: continue to recover the economy, improve the purchasing power of Argentines and solve people’s problems”, he indicated.
He also stressed: “Only in this way will we be able to offer solutions so that those who did so much damage, those who put the country into debt and multiplied poverty, do not govern again.”
Within this framework, he reaffirmed: “My responsibility is to continue working and contributing to the strategy that began in 2017 and to strengthen the front that we built in 2019. And my commitment is to take care of it and expand it every day.”
With this series of tweets, the interior minister he would have made it clear that he wants to leave behind his differences with some members of the Government, including President Alberto Fernández.
The origin of the conflict
Part of the controversy in the Government originated after President Alberto Fernández left the Interior Minister out of a meeting with human rights organizations and his Brazilian counterpart, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, while he was visiting the country.
Sources close to Fernández assured that the minister would not have been invited because he “sees him as a competitor for the next elections.” For their part, on the minister’s side, they pointed out that the president “has no codes” for excluding De Pedro, however, he never made an official statement on the subject.. However, the controversy even affected Victoria Tolosa de Paz, Aníbal Fernández and Máximo Kirchner.