María Eugenia Vidal, candidate for legislator for the City for Together for Change, criticized the Minister of Gender of the Nation, Elizabeth Gómez Alcorta, for having vindicated the president of Peru Pedro Castillo, whom she described as “homophobic”.
“I cannot bear the double standards of the Government,” the former Buenos Aires governor shot when referring to the scandal unleashed after 15 deputies asked to sanction Fernando Iglesias placeholder image for tweets that were identified as misogynistic, amid the controversies over visits to the Quinta de Olivos in a pandemic.
After reiterating that he does not agree with the expressions of the deputy of Together for Change, he pointed out against the ruling party, whom he accused of having “double standards.”
“While they are scandalized by what Fernando Iglesias said, which is wrong, they do not do so because of the complaint against Senator José Alperovich, accused of abuse,” he said in an interview with LN +.
In that sense, he remarked that “They are outraged by a tweet, but not by a complaint”. And he crossed Gómez Alcorta hard. “The Gender Minister vindicates the president of Peru, who is homophobic,” the former governor remarked, leaving the usual tone that she usually maintains in her statements.
“Let’s not put a double bar on those who do not have the authority to put it,” he insisted.
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