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Montevideo, February 21st 2019 - 01:46 UTC
President Mauricio Macri said Monday that he will repatriate $1.3 million in savings from the Bahamas and use the money to buy Argentine treasury bonds because he is confident the struggling economy will recover and thrive. Read full article
The most humorous topic thus far this year.
No, it's not positively bizarre nor humorous topic but a tragedy for electors who sincerely believed Macri's promises of transparency, honesty and eradication of corruption.
In less than six months, the new president has demonstrated that truth is a flexible thing that can be twisted at leisure.
When the Panama Papers first came out, Macri said an off-shore company he was listed on had never been active--which was later disproved.
Macri is now under investigation after his recent financial disclosure showed 100 per cent increase in just one year: His net worth in 2015 was 110 million pesos--that of 2014 showed 52 million.
He said he had declared his shares with a zero nominal value under Buenos Aires' disclosure rules but that federal rules forced him to disclose their value.
However, on Point 9 of his declaration, Macri stated that the difference in value of goods from the first and the last day of the year was zero.
Left or center - all rgs lie.
Reekie, when can we look forward to YOUR disclosure? He that is without sin… And lets face it you have sinned big time. Looking forward to welcoming you down here. Heh heh heh.
He recently set up a blind trust to handle his financial holdings ,
one of the three monkeys,
set up a deaf trust to handle his financial holdings
and lastly a dumb person.
a complete joke.
#4 Lord Lucan
Good idea, Lucas.
Will do it as soon as I'm elected president.
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