Tabaré Vázquez Discards Internal Disputes Affect his Government
20 de marzo de 2017, 16:47Montevideo, Mar 20 (Prensa Latina) Uruguayan president Tabare Vazquez discarded today that public disputes among officials of the Frente Amplio (FA) were affecting his government, while saying he felt enormously sad and ashamed for those events.
Interrogated by the press before starting the first open Council of Ministers of the year in the locality of St. Louis, department of Canelones, the executive expressed that this event will not harm his mandate because they occur 'out of its reach'.
Vazquez stressed that, asked about the issue 'I have a feeling of enormous sadness and shame that two colleagues fight so starkly through the communication media'.
The ruler added that if it were a personal problema 'those are settled in another nanner and not through the press' and if it is of political nature 'there is a political force operating correctly which has spaces where to discuss the issue'.
He assured his sadness is due to the fact those events damage the coalition of left-wing political parties.
Over the last few days, the media has echoed political disputes among legislators and leaders of the FA in Maldonado, Oscar de los Santos and Dario Perez.
On the agreement with German enterprises for the repair of the railroad, the President said they advance in that issue with security.
Among the countries with very important investors interested in our plan of infrastructure, by writing, are Spain and China.
Referring to the holding of periodical meetings he stressed they will 'continue working in this modality of government close to the people' and other modalities like those of visiting localities from the smallest to the largest in number of inhabitants.
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