After the support given by the ex-president Eduardo Frei to the Government's decision to withdraw from United Nations Migration Agreement, which triggered the opposition of opposition sectors, the president Sebastián Piñera He thanked the exmandatario.
Piñera said he appreciated Frei's support, who "It's well understood President's responsibilities, and now we should not make a mistake. Marrakesh's Preparation encourages illegal immigration and reduces the sovereignty of the country. "
For Frei, the Christian Democrats, the head of the caucus, Matias Walker, deputy Raúl Soto, and Senator Francisco Huenchumilla criticize the ex-mandante situation.
As quoted by La Tercera, Walker assured that Frei had "his opinion", which is contrasts with the party's organizational position expressed in the draft resolution in the House. He also said that "the statement of our former chancellors calls on Government to reconsider its decision and, in short, join the global agreement for migration, organized and regular."
Deputy Raúl Soto, for his part, said "one would expect a lot more vision of a person's status such as Frei and not to be carried away by the temptations of high-profile popularity. "
It also segments jobs DC and Frei argues that the party "today is an opposition and a government", as the vice president is currently an ambassador in a special mission for Asia-Pacific .
"I think you should choose, we can not continue to tolerate this type of ambiguity. It damages the game much "Soto added.
Meanwhile, Senator Huenchumilla was just as serious, ensuring "I would have expected a little more economics from the former president of the Republic."