May 25, 2013
'Argentines can no longer accept living in a bipolar country,' De La Sota
Governor of Córdoba province José Manuel De la Sota slammed the incumbent national government making harsh remarks against the current running of the country.
"We can no longer keep lying down and accepting living in a completely bipolar country," the official said.
The statements were made last night where the province governor also criticized the level of conflict that currently affects the country, pinning to being a consequence of “the lack of impulse for dialogue” with opposing sectors of the government.
“No kind of conflict should look like a war in our democracy, something that is well-earned. It is not possible to keep accepting living in a bipolar country where all they want to do is continuing to drag arrogance along,” the Córdoba official said.