D’Elia wants to be president and change the Constitution
Kirchnerist leader Luis D’Elia admitted today that he would like to be president, and he assured that he believes to be better prepared for the position than “many of the lot”.
In “the lot” he’s including the current Vice President, Julio Cobos.
In statements to La Nacion newspaper, he explained that if he was president the first thing he would do is “a deep constitutional reform”, because “the present Constitution is absolutely useless”.
“I know I’m better than many from the lot, better than Cobos, than Senator Reutemann, than (Civic Coalition’s leader, Elisa) Carrio, than all of those who only express mediocrity”, said D’Elia in reference to his intention to become president of Argentina.
On the other hand, he questioned the PJ, which he described as “a conservative, right-wing party”, but he pointed out that Kirchner wants to restore it.
“I wish Nestor Kirchner rested on peronism. But he rests on justicialism, a conservative and right-wing party that he’s trying to restore. Kirchner has a clear ideology and sometimes he wants to take justicialism to places where it doesn’t fit,” he said.