After incidents occurred between protesters and security forces in Congress, Eduardo Belliboni spoke with Poco Correctos (eltrece). The leader of the Polo Obrero denounced the actions of the police and had a strong confrontation with the journalist Estefi Berardi, who questioned the mobilization of social organizations in rejection of the Omnibus Law.
The discussion began when the panelist of the cycle led by Pollo Álvarez, El Chino Leunis and María Belén Ludueña told the interviewee that blocking the street was not legal if Article 81 of the national Constitution was taken into account.
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“Who told you it's illegal? Are you a judge? Excuse me, if you want them to repress, one day you will regret it. Now we are defending your right,” the union member responded, visibly upset by the observation. Then, he added: “As long as there is an alternative route, it is not illegal, there are dozens of rulings that I invite you to read. (…) What is illegal is what the police are doing, not us.”
Belliboni had a tense encounter with the “Poco Correctos” team. (Photo: Captura eltrece)
Berardi spoke and made a request to Belliboni. “Why are you yelling at me! “I didn’t say (that I want repression),” he told her. And he added: “My right is to vote and the people have already voted. The Constitution says that it is illegal to cut off circulation.”
The tone of the conversation escalated to such a point that the entire team in charge of the program asked Belliboni to please stop shouting. “Don't you think she is being a little aggressive with one of our colleagues?” Ludueña inquired. For his part, Estefi added: “This man is very upset, why does he have so much violence inside?”
Maria Bethlehem Ludueña interceded in the argument between Eduardo Belliboni and Estefi Berardi. (Photo: eltrece)
The talk inevitably became diluted because the leader did not. “If you don't allow me (to speak), I'll leave you alone,” he said and abandoned his cell phone. Seeing this situation, Berardi concluded: “Let him go for being a loudmouth!”