statements by Sánchez and Milei, reactions and more

statements by Sánchez and Milei, reactions and more
statements by Sánchez and Milei, reactions and more

The president of Argentina, Javier Milei, said that he will not apologize to the president of the Spanish Government, Pedro Sánchez, who asked him to rectify the statements he made in Spain during a meeting of the far-right party Vox and for which Sánchez’s Executive called to consult his ambassador in Buenos Aires.

“I’m not going to apologize,” Milei told local radio station TN—a CNN affiliate—in an interview broadcast this Monday. “How am I going to apologize if I was the one attacked?” She insisted.

The president of Argentina thus responded to Sánchez’s demand that he rectify statements he made over the weekend, when, without mentioning names, he said: “The global elites do not realize how destructive it can be (…) what type of people screwed to power, and what levels of abuse it can generate… I mean, even if he has a corrupt woman, let’s say he gets dirty and takes five days to think about it.”
For the Spanish Executive, this was an allusion to a controversy recently faced by Sánchez. The controversy began when a far-right organization accused his wife, Begoña Gómez, of alleged acts of corruption and influence peddling. Although Sánchez disqualified the accusations, he then announced that he would take a few days to decide whether or not he would remain in the Government; Finally, he decided to stay.

Miguel Bernard, general secretary of Clean Hands, the organization that presented the accusation to Justice, admitted in a statement on Thursday the possibility that his complaint is based on false information published by some digital media. For its part, a source from the prosecutor’s service told CNN that there are no indications of any crime in the content of the complaint against Gómez.

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