Patricia Bullrich, presidential candidate of Together for Change, asked this Thursday, October 12, about the alleged audios of Carlos Melconian, which he previously described as “lie”, leaked this week on a television show.
The former security minister focused on dialogue with Radio Meter, saying that a dirty campaign is “the growth reaction of a candidate.”
The subject of the economist was introduced in the interview with the host, Jorge Lanata, when he pointed out: “A series of fake Melconian conversations spread. There is a lot of expectation about the subject that the networks demand from the media: ‘why don’t you give it?'”
“We decided not to give it because it is clearly not true. The dirty campaign began, is increasing, and will grow. Now you can do things digitally that you couldn’t do before,” the reporter said.
Patricia Bullrich stated that “a dirty campaign is a reaction to the growth of a candidate and a force. “People tend to believe what they say about people.” Then he stressed: “In my view, at this point in the game, “everyone knows what is true and what is false.”
“The Melconian thing hangs on a little piece of I don’t know where; on the other side, we don’t know how it is”, mocked the former official. He also criticized the television presenter who released the alleged audio of the economist.
Patricia Bullrich: “Javier Milei acts as an advisor in a financial cave.”
After it was pointed out that the television presenter disclosed the alleged audios of Carlos Melconian “working for Kirchnerist political power,Bullrich accused the ruling party. “This campaign, to the issuer, is from the side of the government, without doubt. There is no doubt that these campaigns are from that side, said the presidential candidate for Magkasama sa Pagbabago.
“Libertarians also accuse, say anything, and go overboard. That reproduction of responding to dirty campaign with dirty campaign This is unfortunate for Argentina’s democracy”, assured the former president of PRO.
Patricia Bullrich: “If Massa wants to put the living in prison, let him, Cristina and Alberto Fernández put himself in prison.”
On Wednesday, the 11th, Patricia made reference to the alleged leaked audios of Carlos Melconian, and I assure you that “they are all edited; they are fake”. “They are audio taken out of context, all lies. They were made by a bad character, Tomás Méndez,” he said, referring to the reporter from the TV Chronicle.