He has achieved nothing since he took office.

He has achieved nothing since he took office.
He has achieved nothing since he took office.

During an interview, Daniel Noboa was critical of the libertarian management. He also called the Argentine president egocentric.

The president of Ecuador was present at the inauguration of Javier Milei in December.

The president of Ecuador, Daniel Noboa, He criticized the image of his peer Javier Milei and assured that “He has achieved nothing since he became president”. Along these lines, he also criticized the presidents of El Salvador and Colombia, Nayib Bukele and Gustavo Petro.

During an interview, Noboa was asked by your opinion about other governments in the Latin American region. In his response, he was forceful regarding the negative view he has on the new management of the Argentine government. He in turn sought to differentiate himself from the Salvadoran president, with whom he is often compared for the security policies they apply.

“I don’t know why he thinks it’s so cool. “He has achieved nothing since he assumed the Presidency.”Noboa said about the Argentine president in statements to the American media The New Yorker. And he added: “He seems full of himselfwhich is very Argentine, by the way”.

The Ecuadorian president was also forceful with his opinion regarding Bukele, whom he considers an arrogant person who “He only seeks to control power for himself and make his family rich.”

Although both governments preach the fight against organized crime mafias and they allocate many of their measures to improving security in the country, Noboa made an effort to differentiate himself from the Salvadoran leaderwho assumed a second term on June 1, an event in which the Ecuadorian leader was present.

He also spoke about the Colombian president, Gustavo Petro, whom he defined as “a snob leftist”. As for the Chilean president Gabriel Boric and considered that “everything seems right (with him)” but according to The New Yorker, “He regretted that he is corseted by his far-left partners.” “It is a problem that I do not have,” Noboa alluded.

For his part, the President of Brazil, Lula da Silva, received praise from his Ecuadorian counterpart, who pointed out him as the current Latin American president with whom he feels most identified.

Source: Ambito

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