The phrase of the Buenos Aires pre-candidate Victoria Tolosa Paz – who in an interview said that “in Peronism it was always garchó” – continues generating controversy. After the questions that came from the opposition (and also from sectors of the ruling party), the criticisms exceeded the margins of national politics.
This time it was the former goalkeeper of Vélez and the Paraguayan National Team, José Luis Félix Chilavert, who came to the crossroads and responded to the candidate for deputy for the Frente de Todos that “the message is not GARCHAR, it is STUDY and WORK” (with those three words in capital letters, highlighting the verbs).
In a post on his official Twitter account, the former footballer later made a controversial comparison between young people -to whom the message from Tolosa Paz was addressed- and the capybaras, the species that has been at the center of controversy for a few days due to its expansion within Nordelta.
“They must be taught that they must go to schools, by fucking they will reproduce faster (sic) that the capybaras“, he claimed.
Chilavert closed his message with a clearly political tone: “The road is not Cuba or Venezuela. You do not love your country.”
The controversy broke out after Tolosa Paz spoke openly in an interview by Pedro Rosemblat. Among other things, he stated there: “We came to make possible the happiness of a people and the greatness of a country, and there is no happiness of a people without fucking“.
And he added: “Sorry, we are like that. What I say is an important part of life: dancing, enjoyment, enjoyment, we are not going to hide it. We are human beings, we like to enjoy ourselves, we like to have fun.”
Victoria Tolosa Paz said in an interview that in Peronism “he always got stuck” and ignited the controversy.
Previously, the expressions of the national councilor of the Justicialista Party were questioned by María Eugenia Vidal, who asked the Government to deal with issues that matter to young people such as “education and work.”
“It’s incredible, it’s difficult to answer. The government underestimates young people. ¿Do you really think that young people are going to vote for that?“, asked Vidal, consulted by Tolosa Paz’s phrase in an interview on Radio Rivadavia.
And he opined: “Let them take care of their sexualityWe have to see to it that they have decent work and quality education, “he stated.
Other leaders of the opposition, such as Sabrina Ajmechet, candidate for national deputy for Juntos, and deputy Luis Petri came out to the crossroads on social networks.
The truth is that the sexual declarations of Tolosa Paz also rekindled the political crosses less than two weeks before the elections of the PASO. And the reaction was not only from the opposition arch: Sergio Berni, Buenos Aires Minister of Security, also pointed out against the statements of the candidate of the Frente de Todos.
“I am a Peronist. For us, the growth of the country passes through work, political sovereignty, economic independence and, above all things, through justice. If there is no social justice, if there is no social equity, no matter how hard it is. the people are unhappy, “questioned the official.