Felipe Solá: “I’m away from the opposition”
September 20, 2011
Felipe Sola, who acknowledged to being away “of the taugh opposition ” to the national government, declared to work with Governor Daniel Scioli while he also highlighted some “hits” of the governing like the universal child allowance. He clarified not being “kirchnerista” but he was “independent”, nevertheless he admitted that he “would like to be part of a political collective.”
On the radio said: “I ceased to feel part of the hard opposition .It happened long ago, when Nestor Kirchner died. I realized that we had always seen what was bad with government and never the good part ”
He also stressed his removal to the Federal Peronism, and believes that ” it frayed, because there were personal views that prevailed” on it. ”Inside we were not good, neither would support the other,” and that “competition was established half absurd” when the party won the legislative elections of 2009.
“Of course I work with Scioli, if we agree on what to do” and had already made several “suggestions”, referring to his relationship with the government of the province of Buenos Aires.
He added: “I talk a lot with Daniel. I live in a rural area. The helicopter falls with the times and we talk a lot of different things and I feel flattered that speak of the Province of Buenos Aires, of what he would do, what would I do ”
In this regard, stressed the national government’s achievements as “inclusive phenomenon important” or “silver is turned to the provinces more regularly than they were before.”