The writer stated that “Countries who voted incorrectly paid an extremely high price” when he attended the Spanish People’s Party convention.
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 for poor voting and hardship.
Vargas Llosa said that Latinos will find out if their voting results are poor when they come out of this crisis. Elections are not about whether or not they are free. It is important that voters vote well.
He claimed that “Countries that voted in error have paid a heavy penalty.” Then don’t deceive yourself. While free elections are important, it is equally important that those who vote do so well. It is difficult to vote.
Faced with these remarks by the Peruvian writer, Pablo Iglesias, leader of the left-wing Podemos Party, joked about the writer’s comments through his official Twitter account:
He said, “It must also be admitted that rightists clearly state and support their ideas, it’s a pleasure.”