Hasn’t he resigned yet? Or apologized publicly?  Rafael Bielsa, I mean.  His “inappropriate” remarks, to put it mildly, were preposterous, because he’s not the man in the street, a Mr No one, but Argentina’s Ambassador to Chile. Therefore, the impact of his words affects us all and our country’s relation to Chile. Can’t he possibly distinguish between a private opinion and public remarks that clearly interfere in Chile’s internal affairs? Shall we remind him that he’s a diplomat in office?  Although our government has tried to minimize Bielsa’s statements (in keeping with their usual denial mood), I still think his words were tactless, irresponsible, callous, unwise, rude.  A bull in a china shop. 

Irene Bianchi