Why the media is wrong on pandemic pandemic, and why it is wrong for mass media to say it
Televisa is on a roll, but a report has claimed that the channel is not only “wrong” on the media’s coverage of the pandemic but also on the political climate in Argentina.
The report by the Buenos Aires-based think-tank “El País” states that the current government is the result of the “worst crisis in Latin America”.
The report also argues that the government’s policies and policies are not only unproductive but also harmful.
The Argentinian government has been trying to convince the world that it is in the midst of a “new era” after a five-year crisis that saw the country fall into a recession, and a general economic crisis that has seen the country’s stock market tumble to a near-record low.
The crisis has seen Argentina’s stock markets tumble to an all-time low and its economy stagnate.
Televisas coverage of Argentina has been extremely critical of the country and the government.
On Monday, a new television channel, the Prensa Libre, launched, with the stated aim of informing the Argentine public.
“Prensa libre” means “public television”, and the PPRM has been a prominent channel of political opposition in Argentina since the 1980s.
Its coverage of Argentine politics has also been heavily critical of Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner.
The new PPRN will “bring together the voices of the popular and the political”, Televises said in a statement, referring to the news channel.
It is the second time Televiserias coverage of events in Argentina has faced criticism.
The first was in the wake of the 2010 earthquake and subsequent collapse of the Argentine stock market, which plunged Argentina to its worst economic crisis since the 1970s.
The PPRP also criticised the Argentinian military, saying the military did not act in a “responsible manner” to prevent the collapse of a dam that had been built to supply water to the city of Merida.
It also said the military was not doing enough to prevent water shortages in the region.
The government, however, has been accused of failing to tackle the water crisis.
Telexas new channel will help the Argentine people to get involved in politics, says the statement, which also includes a link to a petition on the petition website, which has garnered more than 1.2 million signatures.