Miguel Ángel Pichetto highlighted the possible alliance that would be developing between the Government and the PRO after the failure in the approval of the Omnibus Law, but clarified that it would not be enough for the ruling party.
“It is not strange that it could happen, it would give it a slightly higher parliamentary base, but it is also lacking,” said the deputy for the We Make Federal Coalition, who emerged as one of the leading voices in the negotiation for the Bases bill. .
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Pichetto stressed that Argentina “needs the construction of an agreement with governors, prosecutors and Congress” and assured that the Omnibus Law would have been approved if the Government had had “some flexibility.”
In that sense, he noted: “The President must look very carefully at the 144 votes that determined the general triumph of the law. If there had been some flexibility, the Government could have had a significant majority, the law would have been passed and symbolically for the president it would have been very valuable.”
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