Luis Juez responded to a libertarian who attacked his daughter
The candidate for mayor for the Libertad Avanza party in the city of Córdoba, Verónica Sikora, led a controversy by questioning Luis Juez for “showing” his daughter Milagros, who suffers from a degenerative disease. This is because last Sunday the province elected the successor to Juan Schiaretti and the Juntos por el Cambio candidate was accompanied by her family and, in parallel, the young woman voted for the first time at the age of 22.
“Any parent who has a disabled child or a baby – I mean a person who is not self-sufficient, who needs permanent assistance – is not going to vote with the child showing there. I don’t know, it’s like very low, very low. I personally would leave him with his mother. I’m tired of what I’m seeing. I’m fed up. I find the policy we have deplorable, deplorable. It’s disgusting,” Sikora said in a video that went viral on social media.
Annoyed by the statements, Judge recorded a message accompanied by his wife and daughter to respond to the libertarian leader: “On Sunday Mili fulfilled a dream. It is the first time at the age of 22 that he appeared in the Padrón. It was his first vote. That is why we were all terribly proud to accompany her to school to be able to vote, so that she can exercise her constitutional right to elect and be elected. You who are going to be a candidate know, or you have to know, that it is a right that all citizens have. Milagros had to be at school voting, not hiding here at home as you propose”.
Luis Juez went to vote accompanied by his family and Rodrigo de Loredo
“We are very proud of her. We have nothing to hide from her, on the contrary, we display it with great pride because they are our children. We wish you the best of luck and I hope God gives you the peace of mind you need so that tomorrow you know how to express yourself in another way because the truth is, I don’t know if you wanted it or not, but you hurt us, offended us and unnecessarily her (her daughter) you wronged her, “he concluded.
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Sikora’s case was added to that of Lucas Luna, one of the men from La Libertad Avanza who was running for Parlasur as a parliamentarian. “Nobody wants to vote for a disabled person,” he said, referring to Franco Rinaldi. He did so during a virtual meeting broadcast on Twitter through Space, in which nearly 1,700 followers of the economist participated, analyzing the political scenario ahead of the elections.
This is Lucas Luna, who is running for Parlasur for the libertarian party. He pointed against the leader of Together for Change in a live on Twitter
He was one of the few users who were authorized to speak, the rest just listened. And it was when the topic of debate focused on the candidates of the City of Buenos Aires that he interrupted one of his colleagues and, after warning that he was going to make a comment “with good milk”, he launched the criticism of he.
The reaction of the moderators was instantaneous. “How are you going to say that? Let me know when you are going to say something like that, there are many people listening, you can’t”, challenged one of the interlocutors. The rest began to defend the candidate for Buenos Aires legislator: they did so by highlighting his intelligence and asking for “straight red” for the libertarian for his sayings. Even Carlos Maslatón, one of those present at the meeting, disconnected from the meeting after the phrase was pronounced.
Due to the repercussion of his statements and the criticism of leaders from different spaces who repudiated his phrase, Lucas Luna resigned from his candidacy hours later.
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