Juan Alonso, a journalist on National Radio, insulted Córdoba for the outbreak of coronavirus cases of the Delta variant in the province after it became known about the infections caused by a man who returned from abroad and did not quarantine. Within hours, the Cordobans repudiated his sayings. In addition, there were requests for him to resign and they will report him to INADI.
“Córdoba, that country apart. He had (the writer) Juan Filloy and these born fascist fifth-class mamertos. 160 people isolated by an important covidiote who did not take care of his health when he returned from Peru caused the entry of the Delta variant and violated the health care of millions of Argentines, “Alonso posted on his Twitter account.
After its publication, some users of the social network responded to their grievances, which made the journalist redouble the bet: “A day where lThe outraged Cordobes get angry because I tell them they have a shitty province with shitty people. “
One of the first to repudiate the journalist’s statements was Cordovan deputy Mario Negri, who asked the national government to “I took measures because the people of Cordoba do not deserve a fanatic official.”
In a publication on his Twitter account, along with images of various journalistic notes in which what was said by Juan Alonso was questioned, Negri said: “I hope that the Government takes measures because the people of Cordoba do not deserve that a fanatic official insults them because he doesn’t like how they vote Weren’t they fighting hatred?“.
In dialogue with Clarion, the radical deputy said that President Alberto Fernández should ask Alonso to resign. “He works in a state radio station, they should ask him to resign, we are also going to make a presentation to INADI, he cannot say that about Córdoba and the people of Cordoba,” Negri claimed.
At the beginning of June, the national deputy Soher El Sukaria showed her anger on Twitter at some statements made by the C5N driver Diego Iglesias on Córdoba avenue. The PRO legislator – a pre-candidate for senator with Negri in the JxC STEP – interpreted that, in reality, the journalist was referring to the Province. and a controversy was generated on social networks.
It all started when the channel did a morning review of the traffic of the City of Buenos Aires. And the journalists tried to guess which street the camera showed.
“Is that Corrientes? I don’t know, it’s costing us …” Iglesias said, in a joking tone. Until they told him which avenue it was. “It’s Córdoba! It’s Córdoba!”, He reacted.
“The avenue of evil. The avenue of hell, right? An avenue that, if it did not exist, surely Argentina would be a power, but unfortunately Córdoba still exists and we find ourselves in a difficult situation “Iglesias added.
Soher El Sukaria’s tweet for Diego Iglesias’ statements on C5N.
In this context, Iglesias continued: “Beyond my clear ideological position, which I pose firmly regarding Córdoba Avenue, because I am not afraid of the real, factual powers. I will continue to say what I think of Córdoba, in this moment is in a fluid, surprisingly fluid way. “
The clipping of his statements went viral on social networks. The discussion was no longer whether it was Corrientes Avenue or Córdoba Avenue. The positions were settled between those who understood that he had spoken of the Buenos Aires street and those who interpreted that, with sarcasm, he had criticized the province.