The social leader Juan Grabois He crossed strong with the former Minister of Agroindustry Luis Miguel Etchevehere on Twitter and challenged him to meet on Monday morning, in what was interpreted as a provocation.
On December 31 in the afternoon, the CTEP leader closed his year on that social network with a message against Free market, the e-commerce company of Marcos Galperin which had strong growth this year, and against other sectors. “Some have the great merit of taking a slice when the rest of us are doing badly and the world falls. It’s a shitty year for the excluded from the countryside and the city, the working people, the middle class. I toast because in the next one, as Quilapayún said, the tortilla will return, “Grabois wrote, along with a photo that showed a Mercado Libre plane taking off.
Last night, Etchevehere responded to that tweet with a short but forceful message: “If things go wrong for you, the country is doing well. Remote Control Usurper “.
Corrupt, narco, machirulo and very, very cowardly. I gave back the school and what you stole from your sister. Haa and if you are such an alpha male, I’ll wait for you on Monday 11:30 am at Pedro Echagüe 1265 to see if you learn anything about life. You’re an aristocrat of cotillion … & – Juan Grabois (@JuanGrabois)
January 2, 2021
The dispute between the two had its moment of maximum tension last year when the Artigas Project, of Grabois, occupied land of the Etchevehere in Entre Ríos, enabled by Dolores Etchevehere, one of the former minister’s sisters. Finally, the justice ordered the restitution of the land to the family.
Before the tweet of the former official of Mauricio Macri’s administration, Grabois redoubled the bet. “Corrupt, narco, macho and very, very cowardly. I gave back the school and what you stole from your sister, “he replied.
So, he launched the challenge: “Oh and If you are such an alpha male, I’ll wait for you on Monday 11.30am at Pedro Echagüe 1265 to see if you learn anything about life. ” That is the address of the headquarters of the Confederation of Workers of the Popular Economy (CTEP), of which Grabois is a reference.
“You are an aristocrat of cotillion …”, ends the message of the social leader.
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