The Group of 13 Kirchneren Senators Who voted against the agreement with International Monetary Fund He issued a harsh document that excludes what Alberto Fernandez, the head of the government of which they are part, agreed. But the text contains an unresolved contradiction: they declare themselves as debtors and stress the need to pay, but “clear themselves” by asserting that they cannot agree to the agreement under the circumstances.
The document takes almost the same words as the Prophet’s Muslim Nestor Kirchner Just as Maximo did before the vote in the House of Representatives.
Throughout the text, they refuted the president himself, who indicated that the agreement with the IMF does not imply an amendment. Well, Senators K says the opposite and points out, among other things, against the idea of having a positive interest rate, removing subsidies from public service rates and reducing the monetary problem.
The text concludes, “We understand that the numbers will have to ‘get close to the people on the inside’, and unfortunately with this agreement, millions of citizens will remain abroad and more will be excluded.” “Some of the arguments in defense of what was signed with the IMF are in line with the idea of a A false and recurring “possibility”. which calms down the dilemma of “this or this or the chaos” or “it is this or the abyss”. They have repeatedly trapped society and its representatives in this kind of process when laws were discussed and punished which had disastrous consequences for the entire Argentine society,” they add. “The artificial crossroads to which they intend to subject us, if accepted, will turn out to be a defeat not only for people Who will suffer the consequences of this pact, but also, will turn into a painful defeat of politics, a real and vital tool that we are not ready to accept from our seats but primarily as combatants, ”emphasized the Kirchneren.