Cornejo criticized Cristina again, now for her speech on inflation

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Cornejo alluded to the explanations that the head of the Senate gave regarding her vision of the inflation that anguishes Argentina.

However, the most outstanding thing about CFK’s speech was that he once again asked President Alberto Fernández to “use the pen” for taking decisions.

Christina’s speech

Vice President Cristina Kirchner affirmed on Monday that Argentina suffers from “unique in the world” inflation, and gave her explanation of the causes of this phenomenon.

“This unique inflation in the world, due to the fiscal deficit is not”, highlighted the former president, who also pointed out that high inflation is not due to “supply and demand” or “tax pressure.”

When speaking of businessmen and their profits, the vice president assured that she was not going to give names because otherwise they would accuse her of “not loving” one or the other.

Cristina Kirchner once again asked President Alberto Fernández to use the “pen” and questioned the treatment given to businessmen by the Government: “Let them sit down to discuss, you don’t have to bow your head, you have to discuss”, the vice president stressed and considered that these things “are using a pen.”

At the same time, he again pointed against the Justice and maintained that “judges and prosecutors with 6,500 judicial files with amparos” appeared in the exports.

“These judges do not go with the Rosenkrantz doctrine, because where there is a need for dollars, there will be judges and prosecutors to give them dollars,” emphasized.

The head of the Senate led a plenary session of the CTA in the Buenos Aires town of Avellaneda, where she was on stage with her secretary general and national deputy Hugo Yasky, and the Minister of Territorial Development and Habitat, Jorge Ferraresi.

The event was attended by, among others, the Governor of Buenos Aires, Axel Kicillof; the general secretary of the CGT Pablo Moyano; the mayor of La Matanza, Fernando Espinoza; the Minister of Development for the Buenos Aires Community, Andrés Cuervo Larroque; and trade unionists Omar Plaini, Víctor Santa María, Sergio Palazzo from Mendoza and Roberto Baradel.

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