The National Government distanced itself from the criticism launched by former Minister of Productive Development Matías Kulfas against Vice President Cristina Kirchner.
On her Twitter social network account, presidential spokesperson Gabriela Cerruti said: “President @alferdez is convinced of the need to continue working for the unity of the government coalition, building agreements on diversity and governing with full transparency in all the areas”.
The National Government rejects the accusations made by Matías Kulfas in his letter of resignation and does not share the concepts held in this regard.
– Gabriela Cerruti (@gabicerru) June 7, 2022
The spokeswoman came out to detach the President from what Kulfas said in his extensive letter of resignation, in which he criticized the head of the Senate. Referring to the Néstor Kirchner gas pipeline, Kulfas pointed out: “The advances were slow, marked by exasperating internalism within the team of the Ministry of Energy itself, that is, internalism within internalism.”
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