Duhalde criticizes the government and thinks about the 2011 elections
Eduardo Duhalde, who yesterday said he would not rule out the possibility of running for president in 2011, sharply criticized the government saying that the Media Law will not last “more than one or two years and then it will be modified” because “we need a law of consensus and not an imposed one. “
“We’ve lost the opportunity to pass by consensus a new media law. This is a law that should be passed by consensus because it is a law that should last, “Duhalde said in the conference held at Hotel Quorum of Cordoba.
The former president Eduardo Duhalde appeared by the radical Ricardo Alfonsin, after receiving all kinds of reactions from the Peronist Party and macrism under his statements about a possible candidacy.
“They know my critical position in relation to the government’s policy. This week I was summoned to testify in the bribes cause, the same bribes that are given today over TV when a senator is told that if he votes for what he is told, he’s going to receive a payment or when someone else is told that we’ll do a certain job. The damage that this has brought to the government institutions is unprecedented,” the former president said.
Carlos Ruckauf, former governor of Buenos Aires, seemed ”pleasantly surprised” today by Duhalde’s nomination.
“It’s very important that someone like Duhalde turns up as one of the alternative choices to give Argentines the possibility to vote for a president who is able to change the course of events. It’s a good thing that Duhalde takes up the responsability of redirecting the PJ and that he gets in the political limelight again,” said the former vice president.
Hilda “Chiche” Duhalde reported that the Kirchner spy on her. They installed security cameras to see who comes and goes from her house in San Vicente. Actually, the lawmaker blamed Nestor Kirchner for that shameful control. Because Cristina Kirchner is conspicuous by her absence.
“We have a president who is present for the protocol but the one really runs the government is Nestor Kirchner, and everyone knows that,” she said to then assured that the former president does that in “the worst way possible, controling everyone with wiretapping, hacking email accounts, and installing security cameras in people’s homes.”