More voices of Kirchnerism joined the calls for changes in the Cabinet due to the defeat in the PASO

Senator María de los Ángeles Sacnun and other representatives of that sector of the ruling party such as Juan Grabois, Luis D´Elía and Andrés “Cuervo” Larroque came out in the last hours to publicly request that implement changes in the government structure after the tough electoral defeat last Sunday in the PASO.

“I think there has to be a cabinet change. When a government is relaunched, it is natural for the President to have other actors, ”Sacnun said in radio statements on Tuesday. The national senator for the province of Santa Fe, who has a close relationship with Vice President Cristina Kirchner, spoke in a similar way as other leaders close to the Patria Institute had done in the hours after the reverse at the polls.

Regarding the request for modifications by some ministers, he added that “it is a constitutional tool, with powers that the President has and he is free to do so at any time during his government, but when the government is relaunched and priorities are reordered. , the agenda is rearmed, it is practically a truism ”.

The Cabinet is in the sights of several representatives of Kirchnerism, since it is one of the few structures of the Executive Power where there is not a majority of leaders of that sector, which instead is verified in organizations that depend on the Government, such as PAMI and the ANSES, and even more in the Legislative Power, where the majority refers to the former president.

Within this framework, Alberto Fernández seeks to resist changes in his Cabinet, since several of the ministers designated as “non-functioning officials” are highly trusted.

For his part, one of the first representatives of Kirchnerism to distance himself from President Alberto Fernández after the PASO vote had been the CTEP reference Juan Grabois.

“There is a Cabinet that does not work. When the people ask for blood, some head has to roll ”, the social leader had stated.

Also the piquetero and former official K Luis D’Elía proposed changes and pointed directly against the Minister of Economy, Martín Guzmán, whom he accused of being too aware of the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

In turn, the member of La Cámpora and minister of Axel Kicillof Andrés “Cuervo” Larroque was another of those who suggested changes in Fernández’s team of officials.

“In 2009 (after the defeat in the legislative elections of that year) Aníbal (Fernández) and Amado (Boudou) entered the Cabinet Office and Economy. In 2013 (when the same thing happened), Coqui (Capitanich) and Axel (Kicillof) entered. These are things that require that we react with reflexes and listen to the people, “said Larroque in radio statements.

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