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The protagonist of Merlí supported the claim of the Argentine public university

The protagonist of Merlí supported the claim of the Argentine public university

The protagonist of the Spanish series broadcast a video on social networks, where he expressed his concern about the defunding of the public university.

Francesc Orella, the actor who plays the Professor Merlí in the Spanish series of the same name, did not hesitate to express his rejection of the government reforms in Argentina regarding the national university financing and the cuts in public education. The sector is going through a critical situation due to the economic policies of the Javier Mile administrationYo.

Through a video broadcast by the X account @Fliasxlaeduc, the actor expressed his concern about the situation of the educational sector in the Latin American country. “Hello, dear friends of Argentina, it is obvious that your great country cannot afford to see how public education is being degraded. As “From those in power, government institutions intend to dismantle the public education system.”Orella’s message began.

He then emphasized the importance of update the university budget. “It is necessary and essential to guarantee quality public education,” stressed the protagonist of Merlí, a character much loved by followers of the successful Spanish production.

Argentine actors against the defunding of the University of Buenos Aires

Due to the emergency situation that crosses the National University of Buenos Aires (UBA)different figures from the public scene saw the need to demonstrate to call for action against the government’s defunding of the educational sector.

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The Public University of Buenos Aires declared a budgetary emergency.

The Public University of Buenos Aires declared a budgetary emergency.

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It is the case of Argentine actress Maite Lanata who said that she is a student at the UBA and the National University of the Arts (UNA) and expressed her concern about the lack of resources in the institutions. “Without the funding for these universities to function, public education is more than at risk,” said the young woman.

He too actor and director Juan Minujín expressed his position on the matter: “We need more doctors, lawyers, more engineers and programmers, not less,” said Minujín. For her part, actress Julieta Zylberg said: “Our very high level education guarantees equal opportunities for all Argentines”.

Source: Ambito

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