Luis Juez, national senator of Together for Change, led the crisis coalition and used an old soccer sentence imposed by former soccer player Diego Latorre in 1998 to describe the scenario experienced behind closed doors. door after Patricia’s support. Bullrich to Javier Milei : “I’m not a fan of Boca, but we are a cabaret”.
Speaking to TN, he said: “I am not a fan of Boca but we are a cabaret. The truth is that we are terrible. That’s why people didn’t vote for us on Sunday.”.
“We can’t do anything, make any decision and say ‘well, it doesn’t matter, it doesn’t matter,'” he added, visibly upset, to the point that later in the interview he confessed: “My soul is sick, brother .”
Then, true to his style, he said that “people see an excess of vanity” within the opposition front and compared it to a “vedetongas group”.
“It’s like we’re a bunch of vedetonga, crazy, We should have an election in Maipo”, Shooting.
And in that sense he added: “We should have held an election in Maipo (Theater).”
That irony led Judge to self-criticize that he also questioned the creators of Together for Change in a scenario “full of nonsense.” “Always wondering about us, what about people?”
“While we were talking about whether it was a hawk or a dove, the crazy bird got bigger. and now we have to look behind others at what we are doing. Because people stopped electing us as representatives of their interests because we were privileged. Let’s learn sometimes, for God’s sake. We learn from our mistakes, there is deep self-criticism,” he said.
On April 20, 1998, as Luis Juez remembers, Héctor “Bambino” Veira’s Boca was going through an internal crisis and it was the current commentator of the ESPN network and at that time a member of the professional team who left in the phrase “Boca is a cabaret. .”
The senator of Córdoba, a few months ago, will enjoy his Talleres champion of B Nacional and promotion to the First Division thanks to the victory against Belgrano, his classic rival.
25 years later, the senator used that expression of “Gambetita” to paint the panorama of Together for Change. And because of that he asked for order and internal dialogue and criticized Patricia Bullrich’s haste to reveal her support for the libertarian candidate.
“This is how coalitions work in the world. You have to sit down, discuss. Before announcing anything, I would have met with Milei ten times and asked him what he would do with public health, public education and the fight against drugs. trafficking.”
And he added: “There is no rush. Why do we need to come out 48 hours after an election result to hang ourselves around anyone’s neck?. Don’t worry, we won’t run out of time. You have to be careful. Let’s organize ourselves and work on ideas because otherwise, what interests are we representing? The personal ones?”
And he asked himself: “What happened to us that we became a band of bandits who jumped at the first suggestion?”
Then, asked what he would do at the ballot box in the November 19 runoff, a hurt Judge replied: “I don’t know what I’m going to do.”
Harsh criticism from Luis Juez to Sergio Massa and Javier Milei
Asked about the two candidates who will compete for the presidency within 25 days, the national senator of Magkauban sa Pagbabago did not care about his criticism.
Regarding the current Minister of Economy, he said that “he is all wrong in politics.”
“Massa is like Batman’s Riddler. We don’t know which Massa it is, the one who says he will finish the gnocchi from La Cámpora or the one who built a bakery with gnocchi. Everything is wrong in The politics is “Sergio Massa. He is a liar, a liar, he has no limits. You shook his hand and he took a finger.”
“I have a limit, you will not see me anywhere near Kirchnerism or in a bad way, I must be the most combative senator that Kirchnerism has in the Senate,” he added without leaving any room for a possible that harmony.
However, he didn’t do this to the libertarian either, who he remembered saying about Bullrich.
“In half an hour, Patricia planted bombs in kindergartens and now she is Jacinta Pichimahuida,” he ironed. And he ends with a cinematic reference, as he once did with football: “Why do I have to choose between Frankenstein and Dracula if I don’t like horror movies? Show me on the billboard.”