translated from Spanish: Alberto Fernandez criticized Mauricio Macri for the blackout across the country

The presidential candidate for the Frente de Todos, Alberto Fernández, criticized President Mauricio Macri after the total blackout that affected much of Argentina.Through his Twitter account, Cristina Fernández’s running mate crossed the current representative with a message from 2003, when the then Head of Government referred to the cuts of the Kirchnerera era as «the failure of national politics.»

The President should issue a statement and explain what Argentines are going through. This requires a sense of responsibility and knowledge of what is happening in the country. pic.twitter.com/iFG9grrDgT — Alberto Fernández (@alferdez)
June 16, 2019

«Millions of Argentines, who have had to pay side-fee sums that the friends of power benefit with, still expect the energy to return to their homes. Just six days ago they bragged about «exporting energy.» Return the light to the houses of the Argentinians,» Fernandez wrote.

Millions of Argentines, who have had to pay side-fee sums that benefit the friends of power, still expect the energy to return to their homes. Just six days ago they bragged about «exporting energy.» Return the light to the houses of the Argentinians. pic.twitter.com/8tZLXEmBAr — Alberto Fernandez (@alferdez)
June 16, 2019

In addition, he posted a video of an interview in which Macri said «If we didn’t increase the rates, we were one thing from Venezuela. We were going to stay in a general blackout.»

They raised the rates as much as their friends claimed them and generated the biggest blackout in history. It’s not Venezuela. It’s Argentina. It’s time to find out. pic.twitter.com/P46JVyaV6Y — Alberto Fernández (@alferdez)
June 16, 2019

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