Sargeant Carlos Medina, 54 years old He decided a few years ago to improve himself, study law and become a lawyer. To be able to receive his long-awaited title rode together with his son from Hernando to General Deheza: about 53 kilometers.
“It seems like a simple procedure, but it is the sum of all emotions of all these years. It has a very important sentimental value, and I also asked that it be given to me by the veterans of the Malvinas war “, Medina told Telefe Cordoba.
In the interview, he clarified that his desire to be a lawyer was not “for the job opportunity” but for “a matter of personal fulfillment”.
“At first I took it as a matter of personal fulfillment. Later I discovered that the profession is really exciting, it is compelling, I am surely going to practice “, said Medina, although later he assured:” I have been a police officer for many years and I will continue. “
Medina also told difficult it was to manage time to be able to study and sustain their tasks in the security forces.
The man completed the law degree that the 21st Century University dictates at the General Deheza University Learning Center. I studied after work and assures that the role of his wife was key to achieving his dream.
“Now it seemed to me that it was my turn. I was well aware that this was the last chance i had in my life to do something properly for me, and I did not waste it, “he said.
Carlos is a great admirer of war veterans and wanted the awarding of the title to take place in front of a monument to the Heroes of Malvinas.
According to him, his objective was to combine his passions: “Horses, their land, the law and war veterans. Love for the Homeland cannot be expressed better and more deeply than defending it. The soldiers who had the opportunity to defend it did so and it fills me with pride. The Malvinas cause is the national cause, the cause that can unite us with the Argentines ”.
“These are my lands, my small homeland, the place where my ancestors have been for more than two centuries and where my children develop,” Medina said excitedly.