In the midst of the strong economic crisis, Luis D’Elía was invited last Sunday to the Gabriel Sued program on the radio futurerock. There, the CTA leader defended the government of Alberto Fernández and confessed that, during Kirchnerism, they controlled the inflation rate.

“Do you want me to tell you how we controlled inflation? We had Guillermo Moreno with a 9 mm on top of the table talking to the businessmen“, he assured. And he added:” And the other variant was lie in the INDEC. We had 5% (inflation) and we said we had 3%.”

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The trade unionist said that “he was not in favor of that,” but it was the way the government was run. “Alberto is too good a guyhas 5,800 public works and does not have a corruption complaint,” he said.

“Are you saying that the allegations of corruption are real?” asked the journalist. To which he D’Elia replied: “I don’t know, I’m not anyone’s judge.”