Lilly Téllez expressed her rejection of Plan B, which was approved in the Senate of the Republic. (Darkroom)
Rocío Abreu, senator for the National Regeneration Movement (Morena), condemned classist and discriminatory statements by her colleague Lilly Téllez, from the National Action Party (PAN), which she allegedly made against people from the southeast of Mexico, which is why she compared her to María Antoinette from Austria.
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During her participation in the regular session on Tuesday, February 28, Abreu Artiñano condemned the PAN legislator’s derogatory response to the complaints of some citizens and social leaders in the most forgotten region of the republic and recalled the phrase attributed to her to the Archduchess of Austria and Queen Consort of France: “There is no bread, so let them eat cakes (Qu’ils mangent de la brioche)”.
And it is that the morenista maintained that she received multiple complaints from people from the southeast of Mexico in which it is argued that, last Friday the 24th, Téllez García behaved in a derogatory manner towards them and, using classism and “patent ignorance”, disqualified their petitions as citizens.
According to Senator Guinda’s version, the people of the southeast were asking for investment and development, in return Téllez replied that what corresponds to the people of that region is not to ask that the investment go there, what is going to be “already work and, to begin with, stop voting for cricket poro without doing.”
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It was for this reason that Rocío Abreu condemned Lilly Téllez’s lack of understanding and lack of sensitivity, since it leads to treating people in a “different and harmful way based on race, sex, sexual preference, physical appearance, weight, body shape, political ideas, religion and, now, even geographic location”.
In this context, from the rostrum, the morenista questioned the former news presenter if the people of the southeast have not worked hard enough to improve their social situation. “The southeast has been characterized by the systematic abandonment of past governments and by an economy based on the exploitation of raw materials,” she added.
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In the eyes of the aggrieved and Arbeu, Téllez’s response can be summed up as: lazy, get to work, for which he pointed out that this only contributes to subordination, discrimination, inequitable access to resources and other types of violence to which they have been exposed to the inhabitants of the southeast in a historical way.
Téllez was once again accused of alleged classism (Photo: File)
Given this, he replied that “if there is something the southeast has, it is hard-working people.” He then proceeded to highlight the values promoted in the region where the Mayan Train is being built, the Olmeca Refinery is finished and the Interoceanic Train will be built, since one of the projects of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) is to reactivate the economy in the historically forgotten region, since, in previous governments, Mexico City and the northern states are the ones that have monopolized most of the public investments.
“I ask: does a farmer work less in a 12-hour day than a graduate? Do artisans from the mountains who get up at four in the morning to reach a town to sell their crafts work less than a worker, a doctor, or a bureaucrat or just earn infinitely less?
That is why the senator from Morena compared Lilly Téllez with the European aristocrat, famous for her disconnection from the social world of her time. In addition, it is highlighted that, if true, this would not be the first statement of this nature; It is worth remembering all the times that she has tried to offend a federal deputy by using the simile with a person in a street situation.
“You live in a bubble, you don’t know our country, or our circumstances, or the majority of Mexicans. […] You are the modern Marie Antoinette: there is no bread, so let them eat cakes “