June 23, 2024

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Imagen combinada de Sanna Marin, Jacinda Ardern y un tuit. — Europa Press / Reuters / Twitter

The leaders of New Zealand and Finland shut down a journalist for asking a fancy question

A summit meeting was held between the Prime Minister of New Zealand in the city of Auckland located in the North Island of New Zealand. Jacinda Ardernand its Finnish counterpart, Sanna Marin. Both discussed political and trade relations between the two countries.

But, using that opportunity, a journalist raised a question Away from the bottom of the crowd And, instead, pour an issue bathed in machismo from start to finish. “Because they are similar in age and have a lot in common as women in politics, a lot of people wonder if they got together…” the reporter said.

The New Zealand journalist’s words drew surprised looks from the leaders. In fact, the New Zealand leader did not wait for the question to end and quickly intervened. “I wonder if anyone has heard Barack Obama and John Key (former New Zealand prime minister) if they met because they were the same age,” she asserted. She added that “although there is a high proportion of men in politics, two women don’t meet simply because of their gender. “.

Marin, what? He was the victim of a luxury campaign This affected his personal life: “We meet because we are Prime Ministers”. The reaction of political leaders did not go unnoticed on social media. Some took the opportunity to mock and reminisce about host Pablo Motos.

Marin and Ardern left the press conference to question the journalist again. This is not the first time that certain sections of the press have exposed their arrogance. In Huge We collected a series Examples of sexist headlines carried out by the media.

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