Stop Please; ambassador, spokesman
Last Friday I was faced with barbarism. For a professional matter I came across a wild demonstration that circulated along Roca and Belgrano avenues. My driver asked for permission (why?) to pass with the truck and reach my destination, which was four blocks away. An unpresentable called “the referent”, who forbade me to pass despite seeing that I was in a wheelchair and traveling semi-recumbent with a respirator that I use 24 hours a day I had to do, with very cold and drizzle, with the chair on the street , eight blocks, for that horde that blocked the street. The worst thing, apart from personal experience, is that among them there were months-old babies and young children lying on the dirt of the street. Suffering the inclemencies of winter for several hours is a great abuse. Alcoholic and drugged individuals, a sad spectacle. Like a satanic mockery, the National Council for Minors and the Family operates a few blocks away, from where this horror was observed…
President of the Team for the Prevention of Abuse and Mistreatment of Minors (Epamm)
After reading the justification of the Argentine ambassador in Bolivia, Ariel Basteiro, about why a compatriot died in that country without receiving medical attention, it would seem rather that Mr. Basteiro is the Bolivian ambassador in Argentina.
I am looking for the meaning of the word “spokesperson” / “spokesperson” in the dictionary: “Person who has the authority to represent a group or community and speak on their behalf because they have been chosen to do so. Person who speaks on behalf of another, or of a group, institution, entity, etc., bearing the voice and representation of it”. So I confirm my suspicion. Alberto Fernández’s spokeswoman, Gabriela Cerruti, does not seem to speak on behalf of anyone other than herself. In her so-called “press conferences”, Cerruti issues her own opinions, questions and types the questions of her colleagues, treats them with disdain, with contempt, dismisses them, chooses what to answer and what not. It is curious that, having worked for so many years as a journalist, she now adopts that tone of superiority that borders on arrogance and censorship. Will Cerruti believe that she is “vox Dei”, a much higher position than that of “presidential spokeswoman”? It is as if her character had devoured her. It will be difficult for her when she returns to the plain (because everyone returns to the plain) to recover the lost respect among her colleagues and in society in general.
President Alberto Fernández presumed that he did not reflect (before his recent trip to the US) that Mr. Evo Morales is the opposition to the ideals of democracy in the country he was going to visit. As a representative of the Argentine people, who has on his rosette a symbol that represents something totally different from the former Bolivian dictator, his attitude has surely not been to the liking of the host country, which is totally and truly democratic.
Mr. President, with all due respect I tell you – and surely the majority of our country agrees with me – that you have made a mistake, and a serious one, because you did it representing our country.
Roberto Julio Ildarraz
The opposition, Together for Change, makes the same mistake again. They do not understand that what led them to win the 2015 elections was that those of us who voted for them did so to get rid of the K and Peronism forever. They continue to fight each other as if they had made an exceptional government and were going to repeat their feat. No, gentlemen, they are our only and last hope so that the corrupt ones who govern us today go home and the vast majority go to jail. None of you are enlightened, you are not even experts in the different areas of government (you have already demonstrated it). Please, do not discuss what you still do not have: our vote in the general elections. work.
Many of us no longer think we will see the fruits of a real government that puts Argentina on its feet.
We ask this for our grandchildren!
July 8 marked a new anniversary of the “Mendoza” ruling of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation, which in 2008 ordered the national State, the province of Buenos Aires and the city of Buenos Aires to carry out the comprehensive sanitation of the Matanza Riachuelo Basin. Years later, the Legislature of CABA would declare July 8 as the Day of Environmental Action for the Riachuelo, or more simply Day of the Riachuelo. A lot of water has flowed since then. Although it is well known that the city government and Acumar work together to improve their management and progress has been made in complying with the court ruling, there is still a long way to go in terms of sewers, stream cleaning, relocations, public health care and industrial pollution control. It is very important that the Supreme Court, absent in recent years, get fully involved again to ensure full compliance with the ruling that the same high court issued in 2008 and for which it is institutionally responsible.
The City Foundation, committed to the Basin since 2001, celebrates the achievements made, emphasizing everything that remains to be done, and asks the Supreme Court to convene a broad, open and participatory public hearing this year, so that the different jurisdictions account for compliance with the court ruling that requires them to recover the Matanza Riachuelo Basin.
Andreina de Luca de Caraballo
“They want to send us to work and that is not fair”: the viral claim of a beneficiary of a social plan against the Government
“They are slaves to leaders of social movements. They got used to being lowered for the marches, which for them is work”-Norma Rojas
“Please, what a mindset! Poor thing, it’s so sad. That’s how they love all Argentines, poor and ignorant “- Liliana Lagorio
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