The relationship between Alberto Fernandez and Maximum Kirchner is going through its most critical. As with the vice president Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, the president keeps a distance hostile with the leader of The field and criticizes him fiercely at every opportunity that comes his way, just as it would have happened shortly after the act of Militancy Day which was held last Wednesday in May Plaza and that laid bare the differences between sectors of the ruling party.
A sign of this rupture between Alberto Fernández and Máximo Kirchner was seen when La Cámpora arrived at the call an hour later, just as the president was finishing his speech. “There are those who interpret it as a sign of dissent from the government, and they say that if one wants to know the internment of Peronism, it has to do with the distances with the box: the more distant, the further they are from endorsing the adjustment that an agreement with the IMF represents, “the journalist said last night. Carlos Pagni in the program Odisea Argentina, on the LN + channel.
But in the circle of officials close to Fernández they handle another hypothesis, according to Pagni: “Being a place for unions and social movements, they believe that those from La Cámpora arrived late because they were afraid of being in the center of the mobilization and that there would be some incident, with someone who happened to insult them and identify them with the electoral failure. “
These differences in perceptions are a sample of the lousy dialogue between Kirchnerism and the more “orthodox” sectors of the ruling Peronism that seek brake the advance of Máximo Kirchner in the Buenos Aires PJ and take away decision-making power from Cristina Fernández in the Government’s measures and the setting up of the political structures.
Another aspect that reveals the president’s discomfort with Cristina’s son are the acid comments attributed to him. “In a conversation at Casa Rosada someone said that La Cámpora was very different from the Montoneros, who stood in front of Perón and shouted offensive slogans at him. They attribute a controversial phrase to Alberto Fernández: ‘Nerd. The boys from La Cámpora are not the Montoneros. In any case, they are the boy scouts of the Montoneros’“Pagni concluded.