translated from Spanish: Charles Aránguiz and crisis in Chile: «I don’t believe carabineros or honeys»

The bayer Leverkusen flyer and Chilean selection, Chárles Aránguiz, referred to the current situation in the country, questioning President Piñera and stating that if he were in Santiago, he would go out and march with the people. In conversation with Radio Cooperativa, Aránguiz said that «it is very serious what has happened with the carabinieri and military on the streets. The President got out of hand the issue, this was going to explode.»» If I were at home, I’d be marching and fighting alongside my people, with everyone. My family and friends are protesting. Seeing everything that accumulates in the populations is hard. I lived it and I live it up close. They have my full support,» added the former University of Chile.In the same vein, the player argued that «I’m in the neighborhood and I know people don’t come (at the end of the month). It’s serious to see the wreckage, the killings, but now we have to keep pushing. They can’t go back, despite police abuses.» The midfielder questioned the versions of the authorities, stating that «every time they show doubtful doubts or fires of them, I do not believe the Carabinieri or the honeyists.» On the other hand, he was consulted about the chilean national team’s next friendly match, against his side of Bolivia, which should be played on November 15 in some city in the country. The respect, the former Cobreloa ruled that «looking at the situation, any kind of event must be suspended. Because we’re all part of this, and in my opinion, nothing should be played.»

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