Cristina Kirchner called “rogue press” the newspaper “El País” for publishing a false picture of Chavez
January 24, 2013
Following the release on top of the newspaper “El Pais” of Spain a false picture of Hugo Chavez tubing, President Cristina Kirchner repudiated it.
The president of Argentina and Hugo Chavez friend chose as usual in a few weeks her personal account on Twitter to share her emotions and thoughts.
Cristina said, “I go to breakfast. Like every morning in the table a lot of Argentine newspapers and also exemplary of the Spanish newspaper El País”, then she added, “On the cover of “El Pais” I saw a picture. I stand corrected, that’s not a photo. It’s a dirty trick.”
Two minutes later the President was asked a series of reflective questioning. “How is he / she who published the photo? Would he have children? Walk through the streets at Madrid with normal men and women? Who was the editor who authorized the publication? Would he talk of freedom of the press? And then questioned write editorials on ethics, morality and good manners and will point to his next victim?”
The head of state said: “Scoundrel Press. I cannot think on another adjective. It is the same everywhere: “El Pais” in Madrid … Murdoch’s “The Sun” in London, embroiled in corruption schemes with the Cameron government, and who knows what else. Here is Hector Magnetto’s Clarín.”