President Alberto Fernández led an act at Casa Rosada this afternoon after the defeat in the primary elections held yesterday. Although there was no mention of the electoral result, there were some symbolic gestures that allow us to begin projecting the future of the Government.
In the midst of the versions about changes in the Cabinet, the President claimed the figure of two of the most resisted ministers: the Chief of the Cabinet, Santiago Cafiero, and the Minister of Economy, Martín Guzmán.
The officials sat in the front row of the event held at the Bicentennial Museum with the first Lady, Fabiola Yañez, who this morning accompanied the head of state to the Government House. The official transmission of the act was in charge of meticulously highlighting the gesture: it focused no less than four times on these two ministers.
Cafiero is especially targeted by the members of the Frente de Todos, to whom he sent a message this morning.
“Frontally, no colleague told me that I have to go,” he declared.
Guzmán faces criticism for the holes in the economy, especially high inflation and the loss of purchasing power of workers. You are also billed for delays in closing the deal with the International Monetary Fund.