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“I’m not going to let myself be pressured,” said Torres and aggravated the fight with Milei: “We are going to defend ourselves to the last consequences.”

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“I’m not going to let myself be pressured,” said Torres and aggravated the fight with Milei: “We are going to defend ourselves to the last consequences.”

In the midst of his conflict with President Javier Milei over the discount of a percentage of participation, the governor of Chubut, Ignacio “Nacho” Torres, today ratified his defense of “the interests” of his residents “to the last consequences” and assured that he will never “shut his mouth.” “I will never let myself be pressured when they want to put their foot on us,” she said.

“He is not a supporter. They did not want to kill a PRO province, what they wanted was to kill a small province. One comment was ‘Chubut is a Buenos Aires neighborhood, there are 500 thousand inhabitants, they should screw us.’ It is true that we are a small province, but I thank the Government because after this attack we came together back to back and we are going to defend ourselves to the last consequences“, the provincial leader perjured himself, provoking loud applause from the deputies in the Legislature of his province.

The meeting between governors and PRO deputies was suspended at the request of Ignacio Torres from Chubut

“Believe me, you are going to be remembered in this province as the miserable people you are”, he attacked later midway through his speech. In an energetic and vehement message, Torres avoided mentioning whether he will take legal action against officials of the Nation, but He showed firmness in attacking Milei, whom he accused of “bringing imaginary enemies into a ring” and of “promoting violence, hatred and contempt” among Argentines..

“A governor has the obligation to defend the interests of the people of Chubut no matter what the cost”he stated when referring to the 13.5 billion pesos that the national government did not transfer to the Patagonian province, relying on a debt that Chubut maintains with the central administration.

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