May 22, 2013
Duhalde blasts Solá, says he 'never was a politics' man'
Ever since lawmaker Felipe Solá announced he did not feel “identified” with the opposition, the pro-government parties praised his decision, while the members of the opposicion harshly criticized him. Popular Front’s presidential candidate, Eduardo Duhalde, blasted his former ally bye saying “he never was a politics' man.”
“I have a regard for Solá, but he has a characteristic that he has been a good governor and economically honest, but was never a politics man but a good administrator,” Duhalde assured.
The presidential candidate told the press that he does not understand Solá’s “permanent changes” and indicated that “it doesn’t help him to relate with the people.”