The President of the Nation, Alberto Fernández, appointed Gabriela Cerruti as a new official government spokesperson. As of today, the former national deputy will be in charge of the Presidential Administration.
The announcement was made by a series of tweets from the president where he points out today design a Gabriela Cerruti in charge of the Presidential Management Communication Unit. The brand new member of the Executive resigned yesterday his seat in the Lower House of Congress.
As of today, she will be the Spokesperson for the Presidency. A new figure that I have taken from some European democracies, said the head of state when explaining the new position to occupy Gabriela Cerruti.
In turn, the president stressed that the appointment of the former national deputy highlights the clear, precise and transparent communication of the Government and supports the vocation to advance in gender equality and opportunities.
The spokesperson will communicate information, data, announcements, but also the ideas and the direction of the Government as a whole, she highlighted and declared that Cerruti be available to check all the information you need to together fight the rumors and false news that damage a democratic communication so much.
At the end of his series of tweets, Fernndez stated that he hopes that the incorporation of Cerruti to the Government will be a tool that is built and consolidated beyond this management to provide democratic public communication and a global conversation according to the new times.
Cerruti already has a replacement in Congress
Yesterday, Wednesday, the new presidential spokeswoman had resigned her seat in the Chamber of Deputies representing the City of Buenos Aires, which expires on December 10.
Following her resignation as congresswoman, two names rang to relieve her, the former legislator of the City of Buenos Aires, Gabriela Alegre, and the vice president of the National Communications Agency, Gustavo Lpez.
Finally, the place will be occupied by López, who in the next few days will be sworn in as a new national deputy and will occupy the bench until next December 10. The future legislator was the alternate on the list that in 2017 brought Cerruti to the Lower House.