The former Minister of Planning said he “does not necessarily” see his autonomy closer to the perspective of a command of Alberto Fernández. “The main persecuted is Cristina Kirchner,” said former Kirchner minister Julio De Vido said that “not necessarily” sees his closest emancipation to the expectation of a government of Alberto Fernández. He insisted with his jaez of “political prisoner” and said that “the main persecuted” is the former president Cristina Kirchner. “The main persecuted is Cristina. There was no hornet with Julio De Vido even with Cristina. The electoral headquarters is circumstantial and the one with the collective of opinions and adhesions is Cristina,” said the former official in communications to Radio Station South of La Plata , when asked about his situation and that of the former president and current prescribing relative of Alberto Fernández in the Frente de Todos. Regarding the ex-president, of which he was his Federal Planning Minister, he said that “the dejection he has suffered has caused him to have a hole in the side” when he is a candidate for vice and not for president, adding that he values much that mood he had. De Vido considered that Cristina “will not remain in mutism” if she sees that “the wind of crematistics and the county is not adequate”, in the event of defeating the ritual of Peronism in the October 27 referendums. He also highlighted that the one who “drives” him in ideological periods is Cristina Kirchner, despite the fact that “the initiative may be owned by Alberto Fernández”, because “she is the leader of the Franco sway.” De Vido spoke from Ezeiza prison, where he is serving a sentence for the Tragedy of Once. He also added that his procedural location “has worsened” and that his prison situation “has not measured since August 11,” when the Paso in which the Kirchnerism triumphed took place. He mentioned Fernando Esteche, who recovered his decision lately, and said that the point he was made for “public intimidation was a clown.” Regarding Alberto Fernández, he considered that “it is once historical of the perlino country to sink neoliberalism and macrism” and added that he did not consider that an eventual electoral conquest “means the place of a Franco and popular issue.” “I think it is interesting a new case and the articulation of all the pale workers. I think we have to work hard. We are putting together photographs and we have to work a plaque where the beneficiary is the Argentine place,” he completed.
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