The actor Ricardo Darin has assured, when asked about the result of the elections in his country, Argentina, that he has won Javier Milei, who are “expectant to see what is going to happen with this change, not only of paradigm, but of proposals.” And he has asserted: “Vertiginous is going to be safe, I hope it is not dangerous.”
Darín, who made these statements in Valencia, where he represents the show with Andrea Pietra Scenes of conjugal life, has referred, to questions from the media, to the elections held in Argentina. “We value it first, in the first instance, as a democratic demonstration. The people expressed themselves, the people expressed themselves and chose someone over another regardless of whether or not we could be prepared for that.. It is the acceptance of a democratic decision that, especially in Argentina, is to be celebrated. We are, in principle, celebrating that and, later, we are waiting to see what is going to happen with this change, not only of paradigm, but of proposals,” the interpreter has reasoned.
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“There are changes, as we all know, there are very different proposals with respect to those that were being had in Argentina. What we have to see is how that will work, what acceptance or not it will receive from Congress, which in this case will be more distributed.”
Darín has recalled that He is away from home a lot because of his work. and he is not living this moment ‘in situ’ and, therefore, he hopes to “come back to see what the climate is like.” “But, of course, beyond everything, beyond the positions or views that each one may have regarding this, The only thing I hope is that it goes well so that it goes well for us.”.
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And, at this point, he stressed that “Argentina has needed to look in the same direction for a long time”. “It is inexplicable for many places in the world how a country with the characteristics of ours, with the possibility of producing food for so many millions of people, could be going through a situation like the one we are going through,” he added.
For the actor, “Getting into trying to analyze the whys is very complicated”. “But, for that reason, the only thing I hope is that if we have this opportunity it turns out well,” he stressed.
And he has been convinced that “dizzying is going to be safe,” although he hopes it will not be “dangerous.” “But dizzying, for sure because the proposed changes to what we receive now, to the information we receive, are really substantial and are in some cases abrupt and so what we have to see is what is going to happen with all of that.”
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Questioned specifically about possible cuts and the elimination of subsidies for culture, the Argentine star defended that “culture must always be in some way sustained, helped, pushed and stimulated by everyone”.
He insisted that “so far from home and having as a reference the versions that are flying around, it is a little difficult to have a formed opinion.” In any case, he has settled: “I hope that is not the case, I suppose that we are going to follow a path of readjustment and I trust that the distribution of forces in Congress has the necessary lucidity to know what should be sustained and what No. That is my expectation, my hope.”
Information prepared by Europa Press.