"All women at any time suffer violence, the important thing is not to shut up anymore"he summed up María Eugenia Vidal when asked about the cloak of gender violence and the consequences of macho culture.
The governor of Buenos Aires was optimistic about the effects of women's movements that condemn abuse and harassment: "What comforts me is that my teenage daughters will not quit, they are part of a generation that raises their vote".
In personal terms, he emphasized the importance of "Do not be more functional to the macho culture" and "learn much" from their daughters: "They are already authorized and aware of their rights," said the manager.
Consulted in TN If he had to suffer an unpleasant situation, he said: "I will undoubtedly tolerate machismo situations, we've all ever experienced a moment where we feel helpless without knowing what to do". And with regard to policy's responsibility, an area where complaints were also heard in the last few hours, he stressed: "There can not be a crack here, we all have to be in the same boat, nobody can say" in my political space it's never happened ".