María O & # 39; Donnell, Nancy Pazos and Teté Coustarot were outraged by the lawyer.
Last Saturday's Mirtha Legrand's table invited three women who actively participated in the "Not One Less" movement: Teté Coustarot, Nancy Pazos and María O & # 39; Donnell. In addition, he received former tennis player José Luis "Batata" Clerc and lawyer Mauricio D & Alessandro.
The lawyer was at the center of the controversy for several minutes of dinner and was heavily criticized by the guests after ensuring that the "Not one less" had "a high ideological load."
It all began when Nancy Pazos said that Juan Darthés "is a rapist." D & # 39; Alessandro took the floor and commented: "We still do not know if he violated, we can have a vision, as I and we all have, of disgust for the attitude, but we still do not have a conviction." The reality is that it is also true that the "Ni Una Menos" had a high ideological load, "said the lawyer, who wore a bandage on his upper lip for the accident he suffered while walking with his dog.
Then there was an intense exchange of ideas between the journalist, the lawyer, Teté Coustarot and Nancy Pazos.
-María O & # 39; Donnell: What do you mean by "ideological"?
-Mauricio D & # 39; Alessandro: That behind the gender issue was a vision related to the "K" government. It is absolutely so. Today this does not happen anymore.
-Nancy Pazos: Nothing to see, the gender issue has to do with gender, not with political ideology.
-Teté Coustarot: When you say an ideological accusation, is it to depreciate "Not One Minus"? Why you say that?
-O & # 39; Donnell: He says it's a philharmonic movement. It has nothing to do.
-D & Alessandro: I'm saying it was a philharmonic movement. Indeed…
-Coustarot: But you do not know the women who organized it.
-Alessandro: More or less, because I went to a march, they also did not make one hundred marches.
-Pazos: Do you think that no Macrista woman was mobilized by "Ni una menos"? You're totally wrong. It was crowded.
-Alessandro: Yes, but it had an ideological load.
-O & Donnell: Everything is ideological, it's like saying, "It's political." It is polis: influence the public agenda. Of course, women who mobilize against macho violence have an ideology that has to do with ending a patriarchy, a relationship of forces and changing the culture. So there is an ideology. What you were saying is that you were under an ideology putting on a cloak of a second Kirchnerism intent crouched behind the "Not One Less".
-D'Alessandro: Yes, it is true, there was. What I'm saying is that only those 500 actresses …
-O & # 39; Donnell: But based on what you're saying it?
-D & Alessandro: Based on many things related to abortion …
-O & # 39; Donnell: Cristina was against the decriminalization of abortion.
-D & # 39; Alessandro: What's that got to do with it? I'm talking about "Ni Una Menos", which is a previous debate, it's not all about Cristina. I say that, at least in my belief, these 500 new actresses have been "de-ideologized" (in the case of Juan Darthés).
The discussion was still at the table of Mirtha Legrand and D & # 39; Alessandro quoting Amalia Granata to try to present her point of view: "She is in favor of the Fardin issue and was pulverized because, as she is pro-life, she could not being on her side … She said, "No one was freer than me with my body, I was responsible, I grabbed Robbie Williams because I wanted to and that does not mean that I have to follow the ideology of termination of pregnancy. "
However, the example did not stop the debate, but on the contrary. Until finally he got tired and finished with the theme: "Do not make me intimidate! Because I am with 500, I already have for Potato (Clerc), we gather and we do the antibullying".