Mauricio Macri, on the Rio-Boca scandal: "We must reject the violent"


President Mauricio Macri called on Monday to "persist and reject the violent, to reject the mafias that are often behind this type of violence." The president described as "embarrassing" what happened over the weekend with the assault on Boca micro in the vicinity of River Stadium, when players "Xeneizes" came to play in the Copa Libertadores final.

For the president, Argentina "has system crashes" organization of football matches. Regarding the incidents on Saturday, which left the game between River and Boca in suspense, pointed to "part of the leadership that manages this kind of thing, which acts as a reasonable behavior throws rocks, mug and viola."

At a press conference at the House of Government, the President called "sad, frustrating day" which "happened this weekend" with the Copa Libertadores superfinal and added that the violence episode "contributed nothing to the effort we are making" to "help put Argentina elsewhere" on the world stage.

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