According to the Spanish People’s Party Congress, Latin America is in a difficult position. If its citizens realize that they made a poor choice, it can get out of this predicament.
Mexico City (apro).- When attending the National Congress of the People’s Party in Seville, Spain, novelist Mario Vargas Llosa believed that “the most important thing in elections is not freedom, but a good vote. “.
The Peruvian-Spanish writer ran for Peru’s president for the center-right Democratic Front (Fredemo) in 1990, but lost to Alberto Fujimori. He accused Latinos, among other things, of being poor voters and suffering hardship.
“This is a sad case in Latin America today. Latin America is in a difficult place, it is obvious. Vargas Llosa stated, “When Latinos realize that their choices have been bad,” the importance of elections does not depend on whether they are free or not.” But if they vote well, it will most definitely come out.
The Nobel Prize in Literature stated that “Voting well” is essential because poor voting countries (like some Latin American ones) pay a high price.
He said, “Don’t be fooled. It is important to have free elections, but it’s also important for voters to vote well. It’s not easy to vote.
Pablo Iglesias of the Podemos Party was confronted with these comments by the Peruvian writer. Through his official Twitter account, Pablo Iglesias satirized the comments made by the Peruvian-Spanish writer:
“It is important to admit that rightists are able to clearly state their views, it is a pleasure,” said he.