Duhalde, who was in command of the Buenos Aires administration between 1991 and 1999, referred to the national senator Esteban Bullrich, from Together for Change, who had stated that since the presidency an “agenda of resentment and revenge” has been carried out, considering: “Today, as everything is a fight, it is very serious that a national senator is against the interests of his own province for reasons ideological. If it were another province, it would not be able to enter ”.
In another passage in the interview conceived for Futurock radio, Alberto Fernández’s close friend, according to his statement, praised the management Axel Kicillof, Buenos Aires governor, for focusing “the centrality of his administration on the production”.
“Yesterday, the Productive Movement met with the Undersecretary of Industry and we believe that the Province has an extraordinary possibility for development. The good thing is that the governor put the centrality in production,” he said.
Duhalde stressed that “the time to attend to production is now” and you cannot “wait for this health crisis to end” to begin because it has to be possible for “people to see that there is a destination.”
Last Wednesday, the former governor of the Province He was critical of the demonstration of the Buenos Aires police in front of the Olivos Residence and pointed out that the actions carried out by the agents were not correct.
He also expressed that it was “sad to see things like this” and observed a “lack of dialogue” between the Government and the police officers, with whom he agreed on the need for a salary improvement.
“The president leaves, they are not going to do anything to the president and the whole scandal ends. In difficult times like this one must know that the people are not enemies of the president,” he recommended in dialogue with C5N.