“The costs have been high”: Renato Garín reveals details about his book ‘El Patio del Poder’ | could-be-worse-group-programs

The writer accused censorship by the dean of the Faculty of Law, from where he was recently dismissed.

This Friday afternoon, in a new edition of “It Could Be Worse”, we had as a guest Renato Garín González (37), Chilean lawyer, writer, academic and politician, who has served as a deputy of the Republic and also was conventional constituent.

Let us remember that Garín recently made the news after having been Disassociated as professor from the Faculty of Law of the University of Chile, due to an alleged breach of their commitments and duties.

The former activist of the Democratic Revolution referred to the complications that his new book, “El Patio del poder” has generated, which would have brought him problems with the authorities of the aforementioned educational institution, where he collaborated ad honorem. In this regard, the former parliamentarian assured that “the dean of the Faculty does not believe in freedom of expression” and said that due to what was just expressed, “I was never able to exercise my professorship normally“.

The Courtyard of Power

The former member of Congress commented that his work addresses, among other things, “the history of the decline of public education in Chile.”

For this important investigation, the lawyer consulted multiple sources and was able to verify how from the patio of this emblematic faculty the networks were configured and the activities of relevant and influential political figures of the country, including Ricardo Lagos and Augusto Pinochet.. The latter, according to the information disclosed in the text, heavily intervened in universities and public institutions.

In relation to his current situation and his dismissal from the university, the writer expressed that “we will have to reinvent ourselves; the costs have been very highbut we couldn’t stop publishing this story.”

You can see the complete interview with Renato Garín in the video

The writer accused censorship by the dean of the Faculty of Law, from where he was recently dismissed.

This Friday afternoon, in a new edition of “It Could Be Worse”, we had as a guest Renato Garín González (37), Chilean lawyer, writer, academic and politician, who has served as a deputy of the Republic and also was conventional constituent.

Let us remember that Garín recently made the news after having been Disassociated as professor from the Faculty of Law of the University of Chile, due to an alleged breach of their commitments and duties.

The former activist of the Democratic Revolution referred to the complications that his new book, “El Patio del poder” has generated, which would have brought him problems with the authorities of the aforementioned educational institution, where he collaborated ad honorem. In this regard, the former parliamentarian assured that “the dean of the Faculty does not believe in freedom of expression” and said that due to what was just expressed, “I was never able to exercise my professorship normally“.

The Courtyard of Power

The former member of Congress commented that his work addresses, among other things, “the history of the decline of public education in Chile.”

For this important investigation, the lawyer consulted multiple sources and was able to verify how from the patio of this emblematic faculty the networks were configured and the activities of relevant and influential political figures of the country, including Ricardo Lagos and Augusto Pinochet.. The latter, according to the information disclosed in the text, heavily intervened in universities and public institutions.

In relation to his current situation and his dismissal from the university, the writer expressed that “we will have to reinvent ourselves; the costs have been very highbut we couldn’t stop publishing this story.”

You can see the complete interview with Renato Garín in the video

 
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