Consolidating his profile as a staunch critic of the government of Alberto Fernndez, he national deputy Alfredo Cornejo again marked how the 2021 in relation to what econmico and, of course, to the continuity of the measures linked to the coronavirus pandemic.
In dialogue with La Nacin, the holder of the UCR He said that “it is clear that the country lacks an economic and health plan to face the pandemic. Contrary to what the Government says, Argentina will not be vaccinated for February or March and Most likely, the only strategy Alberto Fernndez has in mind in the face of a second wave will be to lock us up again in a quarantine“.
“I am in favor of vaccination. But vaccines must provide predictability and studies must be verified and approved by serious security agencies, such as the European and the United States. Instead, we are experimenting with a new vaccine and we do not know for sure if it is effective and safe. Meanwhile, neighboring countries are already vaccinating with vaccines that are known to be effective and safe and this Government has been unable to close an agreement with these laboratories. I only managed to bring a scarce 300 thousand doses of the Russian vaccine so far “, questioned the Mendoza.
Dogwood anticipated that since Together for Change will demand that the Government in the event of a second wave of the virus “Perfectly balance the economy and health, not like it happened during the first wave.”
Regarding what balance makes the management of Alberto Fernndez, The national legislator considered that “the Government never had a comprehensive economic and health plan, so it appealed to improvised measures and spasmodic laws with the support of some compliant blocks. They applied mere palliative measures on recurring problems that have dragged on for many years. It was a first year pure improvisation. “
This being an electoral year, Cornejo spoke about what the role of Together for Change: “The priority is to continue united. It is the first time that Peronism has governed against a united opposition. I feel like a guarantor, a builder of that unity. We must represent a different look, open to agreements, but with a focus on those who they generate genuine wealth in the country, which are not large businessmen, but small and medium-sized companies, middle sectors and impoverished sectors with a work culture. ”
Consulted by the image of Maximum Kirchner, who appears as the future head of the Buenos Aires PJ, the former governor opined: “I don’t know him. I think he doesn’t offer Argentina any future but, on the contrary, he offers more past. Unlike his parents, he has no training or intellectual no management experience. ”