The deputy of Together for Change and former Minister of Health Graciela Ocaña and the constitutionalist Daniel Sabsay, among others, criticized the lack of respect for social distancing and the use of state and union resources for the mobilization of October 17. They referred to the typically Peronist decoration with which the CCK dawned and the provincial permits to buses with militants to pass restrictions due to the coronavirus, among other cases and they wondered how much the act cost and who financed it.
“It seems to me that it is the most classic act of Peronism, it is a demonstration of power, especially by Hugo Moyano who uses public resources but also workers’ resources”Said Ocaña. Then he stressed that the way the event was organized “contrast with that of citizens who, for example, expressed themselves a few weeks ago and who demonstrated an unorganized mobilization, not of apparatuses, but of the society that freely came out to express itself. ” Then Ocaña told the program Dato sobre Dato on radio Milenium that “Peronism has us accustomed, and especially Hugo Moyano, to these manifestations that are part of their folklore and a way of doing politics that is delayed but that obviously remains very entrenched. ” “Moyano is a man who has used workers through social work to enrich himself and his family but also because it has consolidated an empire, for the tightening and the different legal cases that they have where their innocence is never proven ”, highlighted Ocaña, who launched a couple of legal cases against the trucker leader.
For his part, the constitutionalist Daniel Sabsay said that this act represents “an absolutely outcast Argentina. It is to take us back to a time where there was a unique thought and everything was done with public money to mobilize people.“Sabsay contrasted the act of October 17 with” the way those who manifest us have been mistreateds from our own means, respecting social distance and without spending a single public money, we were considered to be a kind of murderers who were going to poison people. ”
“The chief of staff (Santiago Cafiero) said that We weren’t people or that we were the people, or Argentines. It seems to me a foretaste of the possibility of expatriate all of us or why not send us to a concentration camp. ” “President Fernández also said that when it was finished, there would be a manifestation of good people. For Fernandez, good people are those who, under Moyano’s orders, full of rough bars, paid buses, choripanes and patronageThat is the Argentina with which he identifies, ”concluded the head of the Republican Professors group.