In a dialogue with Rivadavia radio, Sanz began by praising Macri’s initiative, which this week gave his first public interview to a local media after leaving power 10 months ago.
“I saw him serenely thoughtful, eager to help, the self-criticism was good, but heA self-criticism should be limited only to him or to the government in general, “said Sanz, since” when it includes an invoice to third parties, it ceases to be self-criticism and to be critical of others.“he added.
He thus referred to the moment of the television dialogue where Macri said that he regretted “having delegated the political negotiation” to the more “filoperonist” wing of his government and argued that he should have personally dealt with the issue.
Sanz was then consulted if He believed that Macri’s sayings referred to the former Minister of the Interior, Rogelio Frigerio, and the head of the Chamber of Deputies in his administration, Emilio Monzó. “He referred to Monzó and Frigerio, then it becomes a criticism of third parties“, expressed the radical.
“I have for me that in opposition spaces, criticism of a sector has to be done indoorsBecause the government is very interested in causing the opposition to split, crack and disunite, “he argued.
For Sanz “for the first time Peronism faces a very homogeneous, very cohesive opposition, so it is necessary to try to avoid any conflict that the government can use to move the sights of the public agenda, and uses it to hide its own bad praxis “.
Asked about the situation in general, Sanz considered that the Government “has fallen prey to the trap of having a single plan” in each area.
“In Argentina today there are two things that are already devalued, the peso and the word,” added the opposition leader, who considered that they are “two pillars of democratic coexistence.”
Finally, he said that President Alberto Fernández “has been devaluing his word with enormous contradictions”, and that “the political imprint and ideology come from the Vice President of the Nation”, Cristina Fernández.
“When the government has no arguments, it uses irony, grievance, and misplaced words. It is not good, it is dirtying the public debate,” concluded the former senator from Mendoza.