The bleeding within the government does not cease and after Alberto Fernández and the ministers who respond to him met and decided to continue in office, Juan Grabois reiterated his wishes for a change in the cabinet. However, the social leader close to Pope Francis criticized those who define as “a coup” the resignations and the official comments against the economic course.
“Five officials put their resignation at the disposal of the president, some leaders are asking for changes in the economic course and the functioning of the cabinet. me, I thought it was called democracy, Grabois said. Despite these comments, where he reiterated his support for Fernández in the framework of what seems to be an advance on his presidential authority, he took aim at one of the ministers closest to the president: Matías Kulfas.
Overacting is not innocent: they are the Kulfas of life who hurt the country; they do not take care of the president or the institutions but their positions and privileges. — John Grabois (@JuanGrabois)
September 16, 2021
“Five officials put their resignation at the disposal of the president, some leaders are asking for changes in the economic course and the functioning of the cabinet. Jodeme, I thought it was called democracy,” he said on his Twitter account.Kulfas, Minister of Productive Development, is one of the leaders most targeted by Christianity, even since the beginning of the presidential administration. For now Kulfas, who was at the meeting mentioned in the first paragraph, remains in office with the support of the president.