Prime minister´s press conferences

vickylass By vickylass, 24th Aug 2013 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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On how Spanish prime minister intends to avoid tough questions asked by journalists.

Prime minister´s press conferences

When Spanish primer minister gathers journalists for a press conference, he won´t attend it personally, but he´ll come up on a plasma TV screen. Thus, he´ll avoid having to answer tough questions by journalists.
He´s a prime minister that won´t talk to anyone nor won´t answer to any questions when he is approached. He lies a lot, doing exactly the opposite of what he said during his election campaign that he was going to tackle. He´s a mystery for everyone, including other members of the government and within his own party, and now he´s found a good way to face journalists in a press conference: addresing to them through a plasma TV screen!
This is an insult not only to journalists but also to everyone. He wasn´t elected to enjoy a stay in a presidential palace nor have a dream of a salary, but to face the numerous problems in the country, was he? Just like any other prime minister. If he can´t sort problems out, all what he has to do is to resign and leave way for someone else.
However, he won´t, showing off , as he does, about his overall majority in parliament.
Journalists shouldn´t accept this and they should leave the room as soon as his face comes up on the screen.
Ah, this new way to hold a press conference is an insult to anyone suffering the consequences of recession and the rule of the banks and financial markets.

(C) Copyright, Vicky Pino. August 24th 2013.


Insult, Journalists, Press Conferences, Prime Minister, Screen, Spain

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