Alberto Fernández’s comment about hairdressers that was described as macho on social networks

Annoyance caused a comment by the Argentine president on social networks, Alberto Fernandez, on the attendance of women to hairdressers.

The trans-Andean president was explaining the relaunch of the plan “Now 12”, which allows people to have three months of grace and then can pay up to 18 installments.

In such an initiative, which seeks to boost consumption in the face of the economic crisis of the coronavirus, Hairdressers and beauty centers were included.

“Today I read that we have extended ‘Now 12’ to hairdressers, for example. We men do not spend much on hairdressing, but I know that women do, with which I think that ‘Now 12’, I think it can be very useful“Was Fernández’s comment that ignited the debate on social networks.

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His example was compared by the Argentine media with the occasion when Cristina Fernández, when she was president, presented the plan and said that “they will also be able to buy furniture, clothing, shoes, handbags, leather goods, etc. Tomorrow they kill me for the wallet“.

Fernández’s comment was described as macho by some people on Twitter, while others pointed out that It was ridiculous to pay in installments for a service that is used almost every month.


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