Duhalde: “The Government attacks me with permanent agressions”
Argentina, December 27, 2010
Eduardo Duhalde said today that the National Government “makes newsprints” defending himself against the accusations due to the incidents at the Constitucion station and the occupation of lands. He added that “the obligation of the executive is to bring order and to enforce the law”.
“What happened in Constitucion happened before, there also burned trains, people is tired, they travel like animals and have to wait hours and hours for a strike in the road” said the presidential candidate for the elections next year.
In his talk with Radio 10, said that “there is permanent aggression toward me, with the government I do not want anything, I’ll go to elections”.
Adding that “I do not want to have anything to do with the way they handle things from national government, with permanent aggression. What they do with me is an attack”.
On holidays, Duhalde will held a press and publicizing campaign held on the Buenos Aires coast, spreading his candidacy and defending himself from being the target of the National Government because of the incidents and the taking of private or public lands.