Criticisms of the opposition to the words of Abal Medina on cacerolazo
Buenos Aires, September 15, 2012
The key figures of the opposition criticized the words of the Chief of Cabinet Juan Manuel Abal Medina, on the demonstration on Thursday, ensuring that people were more concerned about what happens in Miami than San Juan province in which the president opened factories.
María Eugenia Vidal, deputy head of Buenos Aires Government
“Hopefully Abal Medina does not express what President Cristina Kirchner thinks, since his words are part of a provocative message.
The demonstration was not a minority. Do not hold what happened of prejudice because the message is for everyone, but mostly for the government. “
Ernesto Sanz, senator of the UCR
“It is unseemly that made Abal Medina on behalf of the Government, that is disrespectful to the people who were mobilized”.
“Abal Medina does not travel by train, no employment problems, is a hypocrite.”
Hermes Binner, main reference Broad Progressive Front
“Abal Medina ignore reality and hammer on the same mistakes. If we make a serious country we have to recognize reality. “
“You have to listen to people, the message is not addressed to the Executive only but also the opposition.”
“People are waiting for answers and there are very specific demands of security, education and to ensure compliance with the Constitution”.
Julio Cobos, former vice president of the Nation
“They want to hear things that match with reality. Underestimated is the stories that have nothing to do with what is happening in the country.”
“Here there is no organized opposition. What we are trying to see is if there is a way to react to a government that always imposed, which is somewhat difficult and complicated.”
“The opposition party should not give up and have to make every effort to achieve the necessary flexibility.”