'Opposition ruling the country is worrying, frightening'
Kirchnerite MP Juliana Di Tullio blasted opposition blocs for vacating their seats when Cabinet Chief addressed the Lower House today, considering the incident of "institutional seriousness” that has “no record."
“We are worried and frightened that the opposition could same day be in charge of the country’s destinies,” the head of the Victory Front caucus at the Lower House affirmed following the decision by anti-Kirchnerite parties to not attend Capitanich’s briefing at the second chamber today.
“We have seen them committing lots of political mistakes over these past years and doing incredible things but we think this is an incident of such an institutional seriousness without record of it,” Di Tullio pointed out, targeting also those opposition lawmakers who have publicly recognized having “presidential hopes” for next year’s general election - meaning Renewal Front's head Sergio Massa and figures of the UNEN-FAP coalition such as Ricardo Alfonsín and Elisa Carrió.
“Citizens are represented in the House and not in a television studio; they are represented by fulfilling the duty they must fulfill,” the Kirchnerite MP insisted.
Except for the Federal Commitment and Left Front opposition blocs, the UCR, PRO, Renewal Front, UNEN and FAP parties did not take part in Wednesday’s session when the head of ministers briefed lawmakers for the second this year on the government’s agenda.