Óscar Zago, head of the bloc of national deputies of La Libertad Avanza, was in Just one more turn (TN) and starred in a strong confrontation with the economist Roberto Cachanosky. “You negotiated with the caste,” the economist said on TN air in relation to Javier Milei's request for the head of Anses to resign.
In the midst of a debate over the return to committee of the Omnibus Law, the deputy defended himself and explained that all of the eight sections of the security delegations were rejected. “It was to improve the quality of life of Argentines,” he added. To which Cachanosky responded: “Okay, but if I keep telling you that you are useless, a coimero, it is logical that they will not accept it.”
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“Then you don't love the Argentines. We arrived at the venue and their deputies turned around. My word is valid, I am going to tell you the same thing in the morning, afternoon and night. But if you are changing just like that, I don't know,” responded the legislator.
The journalist added: “If I have to convince someone to vote for me, if I know they are in the middle, attacking them, it is not going to be the best option.” Then, after a back and forth of understandable words, the economist attacked again and compared LLA with Kirchnerism: “You have the same problem as the K, you don't let people talk.”
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In turn, he asked Zago about Javier Milei's request for the resignation of the head of ANSES, Osvaldo Giordano, and the Secretary of Mining, Flavia Royón. “Did you ask him to resign because you were incompetent or because you made an agreement with the caste and the caste did not respond?” To which Zago responded: “That's because he's a liar.”