Juan José Campanella described Gabriela Cerruti as “arrogant, rude, limited and useless”
Film director Juán José Campanella criticized a response from the presidential spokesperson, Gabriela Ceruti in his last press conference on the new economic restrictions established by the Government. Through Twitter, the filmmaker described Alberto Fernández’s spokeswoman as “arrogant, rude, limited and useless”.
The director replied to the tweet of a user who described Cerruti as “dire” with a video in which the presidential spokesperson was consulted on the “vulnerability of the constitutional rights of Argentine citizens” as a result of the new economic measures implemented by the Government.
“There are more and more traps for traps, traps for imports, for the industry and for the pharmaceutical industry. There are food products that are already missing from the shelves. There are traps for purchasing with a card in dollars, for tickets in installments and for installments abroad. doDon’t you think that the constitutional rights of the Argentine citizen are being violated?”, dictated the question put to Cerruti. “No, I do not think so. Thank you very much”, the spokeswoman limited herself to responding.
Campanella’s comment ironically criticized the official spokesperson’s actions at press conferences. “However, it perfectly fulfills the role of representative of this government: pushy, rude, limited, useless and generally achieve the exact opposite of what it sets out to do.”, expressed the director.
The question focused on the new economic measures imposed by the Central Bank and the uncertainty generated as a result of the departure of the former Minister of Economy, Martin Guzmanand the arrival of his replacement, Silvina Batakiswho undertook to fulfill the agreement that Argentina signed with the International Monetary Fund (IMF), but insisted that “the world is in imbalance and this affects Argentina”and added that “We believe in the solvency of the State”.