Cobos defended himself against criticism: “In 2011 we will leave together”
Vice President Julio Cobos defended himself from the criticism made by Crsitina Fernandez de Kirchner today and Economy Minister Amado Boudou.
“Let me finish my mandate in 2011 and we’ll leave together,” he said also in response to Mauricio Macri, who suggested that if he wants to be a candidate he should resign as vice president.
“We’re imagining things. I am not an employee of any company, as I heard about. I am the president of the Senate and I will not resign because I feel very confident with what I’m doing,” said Vice President from his residence in the Province of Mendoza.
The former governor from Mendoza reiterated that he has no association with members of the Cabinet and that that “would be no good for the country.“
“If I’m not consulted about anything, if there is no dialogue, how could I help,” he said.
He also referred to the allegations of Kirchnerist officials, who accused him of being the head of a “conspiracy” against the national government.