Wednesday , June 16 2021

Macri walked without a chinstrap on the beaches of Pinamar and …



The former president Mauricio Macri he reappeared in public, and without a mask, at the Buenos Aires party in Pinamar, on a trip where he enjoyed the beaches of the coastal borough and even had time to play paddling tennis with the local mayor, Martin Yeza.

The former Pinamar president arrived Friday night with the former head of the Public Media System, Hernán Lombardi, and the two met Saturday morning with Yeza.

“We traveled with Mauricio Macri and Martín Yeza along the new shores of Pinamar. Hope you have a great season after this difficult year. Tourism is work!”, Lombardi announced on his Twitter account.

Seeing the leaders’ images without the corresponding protocols, Twitter users criticized the lack of chinstraps as they made the trip. “I love it. But what about the chinstraps?”, “I admire them. But why don’t they wear masks?” were some of the questions.

For his part, the mayor of Pinamar explained that during the tour he showed the “president 100 restorations of 100 thousand square meters of public beach” and the “accessibility works at the new spas”.

As well as the pictures where you can see them on a tour of the beaches on a full sun day, Macri had time to enjoy a paddling match with fellow players from Together for Change. Yeza himself uploaded the video to his networks.

After the trip, Macri had a chat with Yeza, Lombardi and a group of officers and advisers from Pinamar in one of the coastal city parades.

In recent months the former president began to reappear in public through media interviews where he feels comfortable and with expressions via Twitter, where he seizes the opportunity to set the hard-wing discourse of opposition space.

In the past week, Macri drew attention against reducing funding for the City of Buenos Aires, after he, by decree, gave that benefit to the area governed by Horacio Rodríguez Larreta.




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