the national deputy from the Radical Civic Union, Álvaro de Lamadrid provided an individual television interview with Alfredo Leuco where, not only targeted the vice president Cristina Fernández de Kirchner with what “Seeks to achieve impunity”, but he also referred to the draft resolution that promoted the exclusion of the Chamber of Deputies to Fernanda Vallejos placeholder image by the leaked audios.
On the tv show Leuco’s Journal, Álvaro de Lamadridbluntly, he said: “Cristina Fernández de Kirchner no longer needs Alberto Fernández“, And I add:”He no longer has the power to complete his impunity. “. Then he affirmed that that is why the appointments and that he “wins the cabinet” because “he is aimed at reducing the defeat, trying to tie the election and catch another senator who is losing today.”
“Cristina seeks to achieve impunity”, Held. “She needs to specify her plan, that’s why she is angry with Alberto. If it succeeds, there is self-amnesty ”, he added. “If not, he has to face his inexorable destiny, which is jail or forced exile like Correa to avoid going to jail,” he said.
In addition to giving his opinion on the current government and the crisis it went through, he was in charge of pointing out Fernanda Vallejos, the legislator who leaked the long audios insulting the president and other colleagues. He, along with other members of Juntos por el Cambio, promoted a draft resolution that seeks to exclude Vallejos, a well-known Christian supporter from the Chamber of Deputies: “Insults and public insults are spilled towards the presidential inauguration. They are incompatible with the government system in accordance with the provisions of Article 66 of the National Constitution, “said Lamadrid.
“It is not about private morality or a model of personal virtue, but about behaviors that directly affect public interests that, due to its investiture, it must protect above the defense of democratic principles and institutions,” he added later. . He also stated that the event is a “clear attack”, which is taking place today. “Deep down, there is a disdainful and undemocratic attitude,” he explained.