The national deputy Ricardo López Murphy and the Kirchnerist journalist Diego Brancatelli starred in a short but heated exchange on the networks that included accusations of bribes and some funny responses, all while the changes to the Omnibus Law that Javier Milei wants to approve in the Lower House before the CGT strike were negotiated against the clock and for a backpack. Yes, a backpack.
It all started with a photo uploaded by Página/12 journalist Melisa Molina on the networks, where you can see how Emilio Monzó, Miguel Ángel Pichetto, and López Murphy himself walked towards the presidency of the Deputies to see Martin Menem.
“Pichetto, Massot, Lopez, López Murphy, Monzó, and Randazzo entered Martín Menem’s… De Loredo, Ritondo, and Vidal passed,” wrote the chronicler last night, when the string of changes in the reform megaproject was taken. from the Parliament and the Casa Rosada.
Immediately, Brancatelli took that picture and pointed it directly at López Murphy, a member of the We Make Federal Coalition bloc, the new parliamentary coalition of 23 deputies led by Pichetto.
Lopez Murphy ya directamente con la mochila.
— Diego Brancatelli (@diegobranca) January 19, 2024
“López Murphy is now straight to the backpack. They didn’t even hide it, launched the journalist, spreading doubts about what is thought to be false payments, that is, bribes, as reported by Javier Milei, who did not go to court.
He did this by referring to the backpack of the former Minister of Economy, López Murphy, which is a registered trademark of the deputy because he always hangs it when he comes to the Chamber.
The similarity of the bags of José López, the former Secretary of Public Works K imprisoned in a convent that threw 9 million dollars into the air, provoked the response of the bulldog, which did not remain silent. “He carries your tears in his backpack, Diego, she said.