“When you want to drive, you must know how to obey”said this Friday the deputy Maximo Kirchnerhead of the PJ Bonaerense, in an act of Peronism on the Lanús court, a message that is part of the arm wrestling that the toughest sector of Kirchnerism maintains with President Alberto Fernándezwho returns to the country in the next few hours after visiting Spain, Germany and France.
Alluding to the President, Néstor Kirchner’s son drew a curious paradox by pointing out that “The people are led by obeying”to emphasize there the phrase we quoted at the beginning: “When you want to drive, you must know how to obey, and the people rule.”
“That is why in order to know how to lead, a leader must have been led”, he added, in an obvious allusion to the President, that he supports attacks from Vice President Cristina Kirchner precisely because of the resistance he has shown in recent weeks to “being led.”
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