Aníbal Fernández, “Scioli has gestures that are not healthy”
Buenos Aires, July 15, 2012
Senator Anibal Fernandez criticized Buenos Ares province governor Daniel Scioli ensuring that he has not consistency in his views and his gestures are not healthy.
“Sometimes his views are not consistent … Meets to play football with (Hugo) Moyano, who with his son makes terrible statements against the government. And if you do not separate the chaff from the wheat, what it he does is to validate those statements. And that is worrisome,” Fernandez said on the radio.
He added that Scioli “has another kind of gestures that are not healthy. And I think that what is said with the mouth must accompany it with gestures.”
Furthermore Fernandez hesitated to include the governor in the project of Kirchner: “For some of his behavior and interests in some things, he leaves much to be desired.”
On the other hand, the senator defended the Lieutenant Governor Gabriel Mariotto, saying he sees no gesture of deposing on him.
“I do not see a single destitute gesture on Mariotto. In any case, he calls attention to topics that he is interested to discuss in,” he said.