Luis Juez insisted on his reproach towards the Argentine people: “I am part of this society that does not react”


The Cordovan senator Luis Juez insulted the “Argentine people” for demanding more from the National Team than from his political leadership

The national senator of Together for Change, Louis Judge, ratified his pejorative statements against the public, which he described as a “shit town” for demanding more from the Argentine soccer team instead of its leaders. However, he clarified that he is also “part of this society that does not react” and apologized to the “honorable people”.

In a new public statement, the Cordovan legislator acknowledged in a self-critical tone: “I take responsability. I am part of this town. I am in this country, not in Australia, and I am part of this society that does not reactwho asks Messi to kill himself on the pitch and does not demand anything from the leadership”.

Then he continued: “Let’s see, someone who challenges me and tells me that what I am saying is a lie. I’m not saying you guys are shit, I’m saying us. We lack eggs and courage to demand from our political, union and business leadership what we deserve as a nation. Of course, the Selection has to deliver everything. Life depends on that.”

A few days ago, the senator said in CO+ that Argentines are willing to “do quilombo” if the team that leads lionel scaloni is removed from the world Cup, and that is why it was a “shitty town”. “If we didn’t win, there were already comments that there could be riots. That is our society, a society capable of demanding from soccer players what it does not demand from its political leadership,” he said. “They rob you of a country, they loot your education, they steal the future of your children and we don’t move from home. This is how we Argentines are, ”he said.

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After this impromptu, the Cordovan continued with his criticism of the passivity of society, which does not react due to the deterioration of education and health, where “any planero with two plans earns more than a doctor” in the province of Córdoba. “We want public health but we pay them like cartoneros,” he said, and continued: “We are cynical and hypocritical and that is why it bothers us to say what we are.”

The senator of Juntos por el Cambio, Luis Juez, ratified his definitions of Argentine society

In his defense, Luis Juez insisted that “I feel that we have failed” and that “we are indebted as a democracy.” “I’ve been explaining failure for 40 years”, he stressed in dialogue with the journalist Eduardo Feinmann on the radio miter.

The senator maintained that “I am not looking for a vote” and that he does not have the calculator in hand “adding when I add and how much I remain” with his public interventions. “They called me stupid, but I’m not thinking about the campaign,” he said. And he continued: “A society that demands more from football than from its leaders is not good.”

“Yesterday they gave an award to Ginés González García. 129,000 people died,” Judge recalled about the performance of health management during the pandemic, referring to the tribute paid to the former Minister of Health at the Casa Rosada. “In Córdoba the entire political leadership was vaccinated when there were a handful of vaccines. And the disabled waiting, we are a wonderful people, ”he said.

“Probably, many deserve an apology and here it goes: for the honest and honorable, my apologies,” Judge said, when asked about those who could have offended with their statements. “It is generalized and it is horrible, it is true,” he admitted, but reaffirmed his thought: “But I have to strictly maintain that we have a very complicated society that does not dare to claim.”

Alberto Fernández's criticism of the senator, weeks ago, for another controversial statement in which he questioned the democratic system
Alberto Fernández’s criticism of the senator, weeks ago, for another controversial statement in which he questioned the democratic system

We have a society that shuts up and genuflects with the powerful, who like to play stupid. I was 17 years old in 1983 and I have seen my friends, who are millionaires, billionaires, and we started doing politics together, ”he continued. And he concluded: “So, I say ‘let’s not be cynical’”.

Luis Juez has been raising the tone of his statements in recent weeks, with controversies that are installed on the public agenda. in the president Alberto Fernandez He had already questioned him about the senator’s statements in which he belittled the value of democracy, after the man from Cordoba said that the democratic system “has not improved life” for Argentines.

“I hope he backs off. Within democracy, whatever they want. Outside, nothing,” the head of state considered then, and remarked: “They are disrespectful to the country’s history.”

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