Lugaro asserts that the virility of politics has intensified

Lugaro asserts that the virility of politics has intensified

Before announcing her exit from Puerto Rico’s electoral politics, attorney Alexandra Logaro made clear her reasons for leaving this, criticizing her manhood and talking about her future work.

In an interview with Radio Isla, the former candidate for governor of the Citizen Victory Movement spoke about how difficult it is to involve herself in the country’s politics, come up with a different ideology and confront power structures.

“It’s very difficult to get into politics, but even more so, if you are a woman, if you are young, if you are free to talk about your mind, and if you are willing to confront the structures that have held us here for years,” he commented.

As for the former independent candidate for governor, who received 11 percent of the electoral support, “this mobility has intensified because it has become natural. You only have to enter Twitter and a simple search to find out the wrong configuration.”

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And about the reasons for her departure from politics, the lawyer spoke about the various reasons that prompted her to make this decision, starting from her daughter to the economic reality that she lived six years ago, where she says that she did not win. Revenues.

“I cannot deny that this (his daughter’s) factor somehow influences the decision, but it is not what gives him the most weight. My family has supported me during that process, and my family knows why I got into electoral politics and they know how dirty electoral politics can be. That since few of my daughter had to see how we live in a country where there are no longer professional or ethical lines, those lines intersect to attack what is more precious to a person, if this person is preparing to face very special interests, and in this sense, my daughter understood that, And my family understood it and we had tried to keep this core protected, with everything and that it was a lot of weight.Also, undoubtedly, from an economic point of view, I spent six years trying to continue helping the country and during this process, since no one is earning an income, we had to Make countless arrangements. “

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The former candidate for governor, without being interested in politics in her youth, expressed her desire for other people to occupy the places she passed through. “I think it’s time personally that I can also contribute from other areas to change the things that I want to have some kind of movement,” he said.

Currently, the graduate has commented that she has several job offers, and will soon announce where she will go, although she has ruled out holding any unelected position in the government.

Lugaro was an independent candidate for governor in the 2016 elections, then ran for the same office in 2020 under the Victoria Ciudadana movement.

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Posted before Radio Island 1320 On Thursday, February 18, 2021

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