"I regret the unfortunate decision of the deputies (Pablo Miguel) Ansaloni, (Patricia) Avila and (Antonio) Carambia to leave the block after being part of our lists," said the president from social networks.
The head of state, who will leave power on December 10, said that "this betrayal of the confidence of the voters who elected them is opposed to our values and what we believe."
The three legislators questioned went on to integrate an interblock called "Federal Development Unit" and of which five other deputies are part.
"It is always easier to hide one's mistakes by criticizing the actions of others, but we all know that in politics, who cannot do self-criticism, cannot aspire to great destinations," Avila said a few hours ago.
With these three casualties, The coalition that leads the outgoing president has 116 seats in the Chamber of Deputies, four less than the opposition alliance Front of All, which became the first minority of the enclosure.
All elected legislators in the October elections they will take effective possession of their position as of December 10, when they meet in the Legislative Assembly to witness the oath of President-elect Alberto Fernandez and his companion of formula, Senator and Exmandataria Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner (2007-2015).