Milei ignores the Argentine sovereignty of the Malvinas and justified David Cameron's visit to the islands

"He has the right to do it. I don't see it as a provocation," said the Argentine president, violating the national constitution. In addition, he once again praised the figure of Margaret Thatcher, murderer of 323 Argentine sailors for the sinking of the Cruiser General Belgrano during the 1982 war, when the ship was outside the exclusion area.

6 de May de 2024 14:49

"There was a war and we had to lose. That does not mean that one cannot consider that those who were in front were people who did their job well," said Milei, dishonoring the memory of the fallen and the survivors of the South Atlantic War. .

An interview conducted by the BBC in London with President Javier Milei was presented on the media's social networks under the title "The Malvinas are still British, admits the Argentine leader."

In front of the English media, the head of the National Executive justified David Cameron's visit to the islands and once again publicly praised the figure of Margareth Tacher , who ordered the war crime of sinking the General Belgrano Cruiser outside the exclusion area, leaving 323 dead Argentine sailors.

“If that territory is now in the hands of the United Kingdom, it has the right to do so. I don't see it as a provocation. In fact, I have a very high quality dialogue with David Cameron,” said Milei regarding the arrival of the United Kingdom Foreign Minister, David Cameron , to the Malvinas last February. It is worth noting that on said trip the pirate official had expressed his desire for the islands to “be forever British.”

Milei 's public statements violate Article One of the Transitional Provisions of the National Constitution, handing over the sovereignty of the islands to the usurpers.

The text of the Magna Carta states that “the Argentine Nation ratifies its legitimate and imprescriptible sovereignty over the Malvinas, South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands and the corresponding maritime and island spaces,” adding that “the recovery of said territories and the exercise full sovereignty… constitute a permanent and inalienable objective of the Argentine people.”

In this framework , some users of the social network

In turn, Milei once again praised the former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Margaret Thatcher: “Criticizing someone for their nationality or race is very intellectually precarious. I listened to many Margaret Thatcher speeches. She was brilliant. So what is the problem?. There was a war and we had to lose. That does not mean that one cannot consider that those who were in front were people who did their jobs well.”

The Argentine president considered that “there is an enormous set of elements in common in which we can work with the United Kingdom without having to discuss and fight over an issue that we understand will take time to resolve.”

“It is not the time to discuss it today, it seems to me to be a much more serious position and we have a lot of issues on the agenda that we can work on together and we are willing to do so. I think it is the adult and painless way to do it,” expressed Milei, dishonoring the memory of the fallen and the survivors of the South Atlantic War.

 

By Agenda Malvinas

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