Is Robinson Díaz repentant?: He said that he voted for Petro, "but what is happening with his son is horrible"

Is Robinson Díaz repentant?: He said that he voted for Petro, “but what is happening with his son is horrible”

Robinson Díaz, repentant?: “I voted for Petro, but what is happening with his son is horrible.”

“The movie got tangled up”, are the words of the actor Robinson Díaz criticizing the Government of Gustavo Petro.

Colombian News.

The Colombian actor, Robinson Díaz, who was one of those who supported Gustavo Petro the most and voted for him in his presidential candidacy, was dispatched criticizing what is happening in the current government.

It should be noted that Díaz was one of the artists who most criticized the government of Iván Duque and the Colombian right and now began to make statements about the situation of the current president.

He did it through a virtual meeting, the Colombian actor confirmed that he voted for the current president, however, that does not prevent him from criticizing what is happening.

  • “Look, I bet on change, because I am interested in there being another position, another way of governing, of making changes,” said the actor.

However, following those first questions, he did not let go of the subject of the investigation that the Prosecutor’s Office is carrying out against Nicolás Petro, the president’s son.

  • “I voted for Petro, I believe in the project, but what is happening now with the son, it is horrible, what a pity, Petro’s film got entangled,” said the actor.

These questions about the current management of Gustavo Petro in the presidency of Colombia are gaining strength, in previous weeks who launched criticism was the actor Santiago Alarcón through social networks.

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