Updated 08/03/2021 18:42
After the visit of Florencia Peña to the Quinta de Olivos was known, in May of last year in the middle of the strict quarantine due to the coronavirus pandemic,
Marcelo Mazzarello strongly criticized the actress
and also the President of the Republic, Alberto Fernandez.
The actor, who suffered the loss of his father on June 5, 2020, stressed that the prohibitions promoted by the Government during the pandemic were not equal for everyone.
I couldn't go to Chacarita to fire my old man, I couldn't visit him at the clinic.
A year later you find out that there was a parallel reality
where it was possible.
Congress was in session via Zoom, but
It seems that if you could go to Olivos to have talks that were on the side, "said Mazzarello in dialogue with Daniel Santa Cruz, host of
Cara y cruz
After clarifying that she has no problem with the
host of Team Flor
(Telefe, at 11.30), she stressed that the rules are not clear or fair for everyone: “It is nothing personal with her, but she did not have a union representation and I either.
I went to the union several times to complain about the work of the actors and it is closed too.
In fact they don't take care of you physically ... ".
"Then one begins to see that there was like a story, because
you feel that they told a story to some that was sustained in the media in general and another parallel reality for the inhabitants of power," he
The actor, who will soon be seen as Dr. Carlos Salvador Bilardo in
the Amazon series that tells a version of the life of the mythical Diego Maradona, also criticized Alberto Fernández's attitude and his handling of certain situations during the pandemic.
"Within all that, as we have seen in many photographs, we saw the President with Moyano, who met in different places. You begin to remember all the trips, all the things that jumped, it is not that they jumped for the vaccine, jumped for everything and meantime you you pointed: 'Stay at home, do not do this'.
I remember the lady who took a walk to the dog and took her
he recalled, noting some situations that seemed unjust in this last time.
In the same interview for Radio 10, Mazzarello questioned the numbers provided by the Government on those infected with coronavirus and referred to the massive celebrations that arose after the victory of the Argentine National Team in the Copa América in which thousands of people approached the Obelisk.
"All that movement of people and the cases did not rise," he said ironically.
And he ended his reflection with a spicy comment: "
I have the feeling that they were lying to us about a lot of things,
I can no longer believe anything or the numbers, because apparently it is all false."
Four months ago, when it was still not known whether the young people were returning to face-to-face classes, the artist had also expressed his discomfort against the Government of Alberto Fernández.
"They are activating illiteracy
"They are activating illiteracy
because in the middle class it is going to be about a year, but going down to the boys you have to go looking for them. The State has to go look for them, not throw them out. That blind militancy is irresponsible", had said.
A "health dictatorship"
At the beginning of June 2020, Mazzarello expressed himself on his Twitter account with great vehemence when he revealed, with pain, that his father had died after being admitted to a private clinic during quarantine.
In detail, the actor made a serious complaint about the management of the health system in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic and assured that the country was experiencing
a "health dictatorship."
"My old man died at my house two days ago. He left the clinic dehydrated, malnourished and over medicated. The pandemic became an excuse to abandon patients who do not have COVID. They are the dead that do not appear in the statistics. They are the dead of the health dictatorship ", was the harsh message he posted on the networks.
"When he died and one has to go to the cemetery, they don't let you fire you either, so my tweet is to draw attention to all these things. From that message, many people told me similar situations," he later explained in statements with
And he argued at that time: "I consider this situation to be a health dictatorship because there are medical companies that are benefiting. They are charging fees and are not providing services. I am not saying that it is generalized but there are cases like that and one has no way to defend oneself against that".
"There is a generation of older people who cannot see their children, you cannot see your sick people or accompany the death of your loved ones. Meanwhile we see a ruling class that can continue traveling or meeting, television programs, both journalism and of shows that can continue to be done then I think that (the quarantine) is for some yes and for others no ", he assured, in the same line of what he currently thinks,
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