Among the sayings that caused the controversy of Javier Milei and Victoria Villarruel about the military dictatorship, the lawyer and former deputy of the country, Victoria Dondamade a defense that there was a difference between the contexts in which the two received the name Victoria.
“Democracy is now at risk”We need to be calm and peaceful,” commented Victoria Donda. “History has placed not only Argentines but a large part of societies in the argument of the neoreactionaries What are they? one of the worst faces we see in political discussions” he added.
Later, Donda said: “If I listen to Victoria Villarruel nothing will happen to me”. Then, he stated that, “she was named Victoria I believe she was born in a military hospital and was named after a person who later went to the Malvinas and who was part of a military leadership that starved the youth the soldier who died in the Malvinas.”
The need for soldiers in the Malvinas
“The military leaders have brought our people to a dire situation”said the interviewee. In relation to this issue, he stated: “What we are asking for is the amount of children who died from the cold in our islands, so that later a character like Milei comes to vindicate Margaret Thatcher”.
Victoria Donda is different from Villarruel
On the other hand, the lawyer pointed out: “Villarruel and I are clearly different, she was born in the hospital, she was born to her mother, she met him, she was born to her father and they named her Victoria. Along the same lines, he noted that, “They put me, Victoria, in a dark room in the concentration camp.from a secret center called the Navy Mechanics School.”
“My mother, a 23-year-old woman, gave it to me. tortured while pregnantto hide, afraid to lose and 15 days after giving birth, they put her on a plane and dumped her alive.Donda said. “To find my name again, I had to wait 24 years for the Grandmothers to find me in the Plaza de Mayo”, he concluded.