The Prime Minister, Santiago Cafiero, came out to cross Mauricio Macri Thursday night after a few minutes of submission First timeFormer President’s Book.
she was The first official response from Casa Rosada In the face of the political emergence of the former president and a reference together for change in an electoral framework.
“While some are already campaigning, we are continuing to vaccinate. This is the only important campaign today, and he has to find us united more than ever, ”Caveiro posted in his official Twitter story.
While some are already campaigning, we continue to vaccinate. This is the only significant campaign today, and he must find us united more than ever.
– Santiago Cafiero (SantiCafiero) March 18, 2021
The official accompanied his tweet with Audio and video material on Vaccination campaign in various governorates of the country.
Half an hour after Cavero’s tweet, surprisingly, Alberto Fernandez chaired a national series to assess the Quarantine Year Enhancing COVID-19 care in the face of the second wave.
The President of the Republic reviewed the measures taken a year after the announcement of compulsory isolation, and pointed out “Global delay in vaccine production.”
After the national series, which did not have specific advertisements, political analysts argued that Fernandez He sought with this strategy to remain indirectly with the political agenda of the day.
In a show First timeMauricio Macri focused on the criticism of Kirchnerian and “populism”, avoiding giving definitions of nominations and calling for the unity of all aspects of “together for change”.
“Kirchneri is the last expression of populism in Argentina. Populism breeds the destruction of the value of the word. “They are building their own truth and populism grows as the resignation progresses,” Macri said.
He added, “We need falcons, pigeons, birds and even chickens. We need everything. Because this new Kirchner tournament is back with greater determination to change the rules of the game. “
From the law of supply, That occurred in RecoletaShare references from the opposition coalition, such as the President of the Government of Buenos Aires, Horacio Rodriguez Larita; Former Peronian Senator Miguel Picetto and former Campimus Administration Chief, Marcos Peña, as well as Senator Martin Luosto and former Security Minister Patricia Polrich, among others.