Government accuses UCR party of having attitudes that are close to the coup
“The UCR has a quasi-coup stance by asking the vice president vote against the government of which he is a part”, Interior Minister Florencio Randazzo told to official news agency Telam.
This comes after Senator Ernesto Sans, UCR president, admitted that the residence of Vice President in government is an “obstacle” for the election plans of the party towards 2011.
Meanwhile, cabinet chief Anibal Fernandez said: “It is inconceivable that Sanz, a senator, criticizies Cobos, putting at risk the institutions,” he said on a radio interview.
“Cobos had to be gone and play with the shirt he likes, he has every right to do so but please note that I’m not calling for his resignation” Fernandez added.