Fernandez criticizes Sanz
Buenos Aires, August 20, 2011
The elections have left seriously injured in the opposition, and they already are outlined new strategies for the fall in October is not so catastrophic. In this sense, the holder of radicalism, Ernesto Sanz, expressed fears about the possible absolute control in Congress by kirchnerism.
Sanz alerted the population for this course to what Chief of Staff Anibal Fernandez called it a “fallacy” because if the primary results are repeated in October, the ruling only have ten more deputies and one more senator.
Fernandez accused the opposition of putting fear in the population and to take it as stupid. He assured that these results are far from being a problem, while recognizing that the president did not expect to reach 50% of the vote.
Finally, the minister said the country needs to be in the hands of people who are capable of commanding, strong and hard.