The Liberal deputy, Vlado Mirosevic, referred this day to the tense weeks he has had since he assumed the presidency of the Chamber of Deputies and Deputies. In that context, he drew a comparison with the South African activist and political leader, Nelson Mandela.
Complicated weeks have had the deputy Vlado Mirosevic(PL) since he assumed the presidency of the Chamber of Deputies and Deputies. Multiple summonses, criticisms, and threats of censorship against him have marked his administration on the front.
Let us remember that he was the target of cross-sectional questions after the tense moment in the Chamber due to the strong cross between the Communist Party deputy , Lorena Pizarro, and congressmen from the Republican Party.
After that episode, Mirosevic accused that some parliamentarians intentionally seek to “create a climate of incidents.
Later, in the midst of voting on the 2023 Budget to increase the PGU, opposition parliamentarians they did not get to vote and they accused the president of the Chamber, Vlado Mirosevic, of hastening suffrage. They pointed out that the Liberal Deputy would have made only one call to vote and not two.
“Mandela would be having the same problems as me”
A history of facts and crossed statements that adds a new episode. And it is that this Friday, Mirosevic addressed the present climate in the Chamber after his inauguration.
& # 8220; I do not personalize it with respect to myself. I think that if Nelson Mandela were in the presidency of the House he would be having exactly the same problems that I am having . There are people here who got used to having an undisciplined attitude, that's the truth. I don't personalize it, it's not an attack on me as a person,” he said when asked by the press.
He added that “It seems that some have not assumed that there is an election where we win and it seems that they have not respected that result. And there are others who do not like this idea of bringing order to the room, and believe that because they are parliamentarians they have the right to do what they want”.
In this line, the legislator made a comparison between the room and college students. “If this were a class group, we could say that they have behaved quite badly this week, not the majority, who come to do their work in a serious and respectful manner, but a rather transversal group, unfortunately , who are in an attitude that does not bring prestige to Congress, discredits all of us“, he asserted.
“The confrontations have been between them and then, at the end of the week, they end up blaming me. The responsibility to behave well in the Chamber is individual and I will enforce the regulations”, concluded the deputy Vlado Mirosevic.