Patricia Bullrich’s harsh accusation: "The President sent a gang"

The judicial conciliation hearing between President Alberto Fernández and the head of the PRO, Patricia Bullrich, failed this Tuesday, after the opposition leader ratified her statements about an alleged attempt by the Government to obtain a return to promote the arrival in Argentina of the Pfizer vaccine against the coronavirus, which led to the initiation of a lawsuit against him by the head of state.

During the hearing, which took place at the headquarters of civil court 21, located at Talcahuano 490, Bullrich ratified his statements.

“We have ratified our statements, my opinion that he could not be unaware that an agreement was not being signed with Pfizer that could save the lives of Argentines because he had been with the company’s directors,” said the head of the PRO in statements to the press when leaving the court.

“He didn’t dare to face reality, “he didn’t dare to come and talk face to face”, “he hid and sent a mob and “he stayed in a guarded little room”, were some of Bullrich’s phrases.

“It does not surprise me because we know that he uses all this to campaign politically,” said Gregorio Dalbón, representative of the president, Alberto Fernández, who clarified that the president and Bullrich did not cross paths, although both were present at the conciliation hearing.

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