The national representative of the PTS-Frente de Izquierda stopped by El Destape Radio and spoke with Roberto Navarro. She referred, among other things, to the official defeat in the Omnibus Law and the responsibility that the union leaders have in facing the adjustment. “We must organize resistance so that anger leads to ending Milei’s chainsaw plan,” she said.

  • In the Omnibus law there was an article – of the many disastrous articles that that law contained – that had terrible sanctions for the employee or public official who used official accounts for political tasks, for tasks that were not exclusively those of the function. Everything that Milei is doing from the official accounts, including his, who is president, is doing the same thing that he intended to prohibit with the Omnibus law. He’s lucky the law wasn’t passed, otherwise he’d be in serious trouble.
  • There is a method in everything he does. One method is a method of running over, pushing and shoving. This is what he does, when he takes out a DNU where he attacks from the basis of labor law in Argentina. He attacks you all the time, all together, and makes one thing cover up the other. It is a method of pushing, pushing, pushing and something comes out. And the more that comes out, the better. At the same time is Caputo and Sturzenegger’s plan, which does not depend on these laws. A plan agreed with the Monetary Fund, that no matter what happens with the laws, they continue forward.
  • We all have to react together. The worst thing that can happen to us is that we react when they attack Airlines, that we react when they want to interfere with the right to abortion. It seems to me that what needs to be rethought these days, based on the important thing we achieved, which is that this procedure was stopped. What we have to think about is what the strategies are going to be going forward, because the street played a fundamental role. Not only in the days of brave resistance carried out by the popular assemblies, by the left-wing protesters, by some social and cultural movements that were outside Congress. This began on December 20, continued on December 27 in front of the Courts, the national strike on January 24 with mobilization and which, unfortunately, did not continue afterwards.


  • Politics / Myriam Bregman / Roberto Navarro


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