The Chief of Staff, Santiago Cafierosaid this Tuesday that statements by Eduardo Duhalde on the possibility of a breakdown of the constitutional order in Argentina they are “inappropriate” Y guaranteed there will be elections next year.
“Argentina has decided many years ago to live in a democracy, bet on the democratic regime. The cry of ‘Never again’ that was heard during the government of Raúl Alfonsín was a banner for all of us afterwards, ”said the official in statements to the press at the Casa Rosada.
“All political differences or country projects are settled in the democratic arena,” added Cafiero, who clarified that he has “great respect” for former President Duhalde.
Santiago Cafiero, Chief of Cabinet of the Nation. (Senate)
Further, He assured that “there will be elections next year.” And when asked if there will be open, simultaneous and mandatory primaries (STEP), he replied: “Yes, of course.”
“As has happened last year, in a region where there were tumultuous movements regarding institutional quality and where there have been institutional coups, our country resolved to advance in a peaceful and democratic transition“, He pointed.
In that sense, it evaluated that “The democratic regime in Argentina is strengthened and it is not put under any point of view in judgment far from it ”.
Meanwhile, Cafiero expressed that he wanted to “rescue” what was said by the Minister of Defense, Agustín Rossi, in relation to the fact that the “armed forces are really integrated into the Argentine democratic regime.”