As if controversy was missing, Vargas Llosa will talk of populism at the Book Fair of Argentina
April 5, 2011
As if controversy was missing around him, the Nobel Prize winning writer Mario Vargas Llosa decided to discern on “the challenge to freedom of populism in Latin America” in his presentation at the Book Fair of Argentina 2011.
The Peruvian is presented as the main figure of the most important literary event in Argentina, despite that there were attempts to lock his participation.
The Nobel Prize in Literature 2010 chose to present a controversial issue at the regional meeting of the Mont Pelerin Society, from 17 to 20 April: “The challenge of freedom from populism in Latin America.”
Presidential candidate in his country, Vargas Llosa is recognized for being a major political opinologyst in Latin America, and opposed to the typical characteristics of governments in the region, the so-called “populism.”
M24Digital was able to find out that the meeting will include the participation of various economists, intellectuals, politicians, writers, artists, and government officials of the City of Buenos Aires.