After the controversy generated by the dissemination of the photograph of President Alberto Fernández at the birthday celebration of the first lady Fabiola Yáñez, on July 14, 2020 in Quinta de Olivos, the former president of Uruguay, José “Pepe” Mujica, He stated that “presidents cannot be forgiven” for something like that.
“There must be birthday crowds that were celebrated in the middle of the pandemic, but presidents cannot be forgiven“Mujica stressed.
The former Uruguayan president spoke this Thursday hand in hand with Telenoche de Córdoba, where he referred to the management of Alberto Fernández’s government: “When I saw him, who was about to assume the Presidency, I told him ‘what a fuck you got hold of’ “.
“Argentina should have chosen (the magician) Mandrake at that juncture, I should have chosen a magician to deal with Argentina“Mujica said with a laugh.
“Argentina should have chosen (the magician) mandrake at that juncture,” emphasized the former Uruguayan president. Photo: EFE
In addition, he considered that “the excess of natural resources works against” the country, and argued: “Argentina has a punishment on its own wealth. This seems to be a contradiction, but I ask myself this question: What does Japan have with a pile of stones in the middle of the Ocean? The denial of natural resources and is the third largest economy in the world. “
“I think that the man (Alberto Fernández) is leading with a colt with a thousand heads and a thousand legs“, highlighted the Uruguayan during the television interview.
Regarding the relationship between the two countries, he pointed out: “It is not bad at all, but it should be better. Either we advance with the entire region or we do not advance.”
On August 6, the former Uruguayan president had demonstrated about the party at Quinta de Olivos, an opportunity in which he affirmed that with this type of controversy “we degrade ourselves as a society.”
“If the quality of the debate is degraded, if the height of the debate of the confrontation of ideas is degraded, in reality it is going to have repercussions in the whole society. We degrade ourselves as a society, this is the problem: you know where it starts, but you don’t He has an idea where it ends, “Mujica said in his weekly column on Radio 10