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Agreement with the IMF: Sergio Massa acknowledges that Máximo Kirchner’s negative vote ‘represents an impact’

Sergio Massa, president of the Chamber of Deputies and articulator so that the government was able to approve the agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF), referred to the Negative vote of the deputy of the Frente de Todos Máximo Kirchner, who resigned from his position as president of the ruling bloc when the text of the agreement was known.

“In an issue like this, which brings historical personal and political positions of each of the organizations, at a time when in Argentina both the government and the opposition are coalitions, there are nuances,” said Massa, visibly tired by a session that It ended in the early hours of this Friday.

“Within the opposition there were also differentiated votes or absences, product of the non-coincidence and within the ruling party, obviously, with the impact represented by La Cámpora or Máximothere was also that process of dissidence,” said the Tigrense through the channel LN+.

Deputies approved by majority the agreement between the government and the IMF. Photo: Rolando Andrade Stracuzzi

In that sense, to show that he did not support other laws of the Frente de Todos, Massa named the discussion for a Buenos Aires law. “He was opposed to changing the law, because he was the promoter, which limited the re-election of mayors and that in some way enabled them to have indefinite re-election again.”

“I opposed it, because I had opposed it from the beginning, and that meant nothing more than an internal debate and the understanding that we can live together in a diversity of opinion,” he continued.

“If there is something that has allowed me to find, on a critical issue like this, a solution for a very particular and delicate moment in the country, it is having the ability to tolerate and respect those who think differently and allows me to have a dialogue with all sectors. of the opposition,” added Massa, who when asked if he would be a candidate for President in 2023, replied: “Today I want to get a pillow and a bed“.

How the deputies of Together for Change voted

The vote in Deputies ended with 202 votes in favor, 37 negative and 13 abstentions so that the project agreed between the ruling party and the opposition that allowed it to obtain the half sanction and go to the Senate for treatment.

Among the deputies of the Together for Change alliance, support for the agreement with the international organization was also majority. At the time of the vote, in the main opposition space there was only one negative vote, that of the economist Ricardo López Murphy.

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The “NO” united Máximo Kirchner and the left with Milei, Espert and López Murphy. What did the trade union members who are deputies do?

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Infographic: Clarion

There were also four other deputies who avoided supporting the agreement with the IMF but were directly absent at the time of the vote: they are PRO legislators Fernando Iglesias, Francisco Sánchez, Martín Maquieyra and Héctor Stéfani.

The long list of deputies from Together for Change who voted in favor of the agreement with the Fund is made up of all radicalism, the Civic Coalition and the majority of the PRO.

That list of PRO legislators who voted affirmatively is made up of 45 deputies. The block has Cristian Ritondo as president and he was joined by Sabrina Ajmechet, Federico Angelini, Alberto Asseff, Karina Bachey, Héctor Baldassi, Gabriela Besana, Sofia Brambilla, Gabriel Chumpitaz, Virginia Cornejo and Camila Crescimbeni.

The project was also accompanied by the PRO Omar de Marchi, Soher El Sukaria, Germana Figueroa Casas, Alejandro Finocchiaro, Federico Frigerio, Rogelio Frigerio, Álvaro González, Gustavo Hin, Ingrid Jetter, María De Las Mercedes Joury, Florencia Klipauka Lewtak, Luciano Laspina, Hernán Lombardi, Silvia Lospennato, Álvaro Martínez and Gerardo Milman.

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