Una fiesta democrática en la era de la rabia

October 28, 2019

No hubo fraude. No hubo negación de la derrota. Aunque los grupos de WhatsApp juren lo contrario, ayer perdió la grieta. Mientras las protestas populares incendian medio continente, Argentina celebró su fiesta democrática como cada dos años desde 1983. Más allá de la rivalidad, los dirigentes estuvieron a la altura. Juntos, todos.

Andrés Malamud
ICS Universidade de Lisboa


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