In the middle of the political crisis unleashed after the PASO and the tension with hard Kirchnerism by the letter from Cristina Kirchner, the president Alberto Fernandez He said this Friday that he has “Very advanced” the new Cabinet. “I’m going to end this discussion,” he advanced in conversation with journalist Roberto Navarro.
“The changes will have a strong Peronist imprint”, Alberto Fernández limited himself to telling The uncovering, without giving names.
Government faces its third day of political crisis unleashed by a break in the front of all, the coalition with which he came to power in 2019 and suffered a severe electoral defeat in the primary elections last Sunday.
This Friday at noon, the President was in Casa Rosada working on the rearming of the new cabinet after the resignations made available by various officials linked to CFK, the scandal due to the leak of an audio with harsh criticism of the deputy Fernanda Vallejos and the crossing of letters and messages with Cristina Kirchner.
The President arrived in Balcarce 50 minutes before 12.30 at the Casa Rosada accompanied by the secretaries Gustavo Beliz and Julio Vitobello, and without his spokesperson, Juan Pablo Biondi, whom the vice president accused hours ago of carrying out “press operations” against her.
It is expected that the new cabinet will be elected by the president, backed by the vice president, and will be supervised by the president of the Chamber of Deputies, Sergio Massa, as a mediator.
As it transpired, all sectors of the Frente de Todos will be represented in the new cabinet. In this way the President seeks unlocking the conflict with Cristina with a new “equilibrium cabinet” with which it tries to satisfy a good part of the sectors that make up the government coalition.
In the last hours there was no talk of changes of surnames, but of a total reorganization of the Cabinet to relaunch the management for the November elections. Fernández is expected to join the Cabinet with governors and mayors to achieve greater representation at the national level and regain ground before the legislative elections.
Alberto Fernández seeks to reach an agreement to prevent the conflict from escalating. (Photo: NA / Juan Vargas).
At the moment it is not clear if the President will agree to change his Chief of Staff Santiago Cafiero; to the Minister of Economy Martin Guzman and other surnames questioned by ultrakirchnerism such as Matias Kulfas (Production) and Sabina Frederic (Security).
During Thursday, the President approached CFK with a proposal that consisted of the resignation of three ministers per side, but none of this was successful.