'La Cámpora will be part of next ruling political generation'
Kirchnerite activists that shape up the La Cámpora organization have become the target of a “permanent stigmatizing campaign,” the cabinet chief has said rejecting media versions that recently alluded to power battles among the leaders of the pro-government group.
“I highlight the human and personal quality and the training of the members of La Cámpora,” the head of ministers said today in statements to a radio station.
“I am certain this is a political generation that in a context of debate, democracy and the generation of ideas will become part of a new political generation that will lead the country,” Capitanich affirmed and denounced a “stigmatizing campaign” against the organizations headed by Máximo Kirchner - son of the late former president and husband of current head of state Cristina Fernández, Néstor Kirchner -, and Victory Front MP Andrés Larroque.
Earlier in the week, a newspaper reported a meeting in which Larroque had allegedly refused to support the candidacy of Buenos Aires province Governor Daniel Scioli in the 2015 presidential elections. The Kirchnerite lawmaker, however, rapidly echoed and rejected the information saying the day the meeting was reported he was actually in the Uruguayan city of Montevideo attending the Parliament of the Mercosur.