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Entertainment Argentina: Uproar after a deputy kissed his wife's breast during a parliamentary session

15:45  25 september  2020
15:45  25 september  2020 Source:   20minutes.fr

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The videoconference was suspended after the representative kissed the naked breast of the young woman, present next to him

Illustration d'un hémicycle, ici à Strasbourg en 2014. © Varela Illustration of a hemicycle, here in Strasbourg in 2014. SCANDAL - The videoconference was suspended after the representative kissed the naked breast of the young woman, present next to him

An Argentinian deputy was suspended this Thursday for having, during a parliamentary session by videoconference, kissed the breast of his wife at his side, the video of the scene having since been very successful on the social networks . On the giant screen installed in Parliament, during these sessions where only a part of the deputies are physically present and while one of them has spoken, a woman appears on the screen thumbnail next to Juan Emilio Ameri, who hugs him with his arm.

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Meanwhile in Argentina: During a virtual Congress session, lawmaker Juan Emilio Ameri pulled down his partner's shirt and started kissing her breasts. pic.twitter.com/qa9MrjUfZK

- Benjamin Alvarez (@ BenjAlvarez1) September 24, 2020

The deputy of the province of Salta (northeast) then took out a breast from the black T-shirt that the young woman was wearing and started to kiss her. The parliamentary session was first interrupted and then suspended by the Speaker of Parliament, Sergio Massa.

He tried to apologize

"Throughout these months of teleworking we have lived through different situations where a deputy fell asleep or another hid, but today we have experienced a situation that goes beyond rules of decorum of this house, ”said Sergio Massa. Confused, Juan Emilio Ameri tried to apologize, explaining that he thought he was not online at the time.

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“Here in the interior of the country, the connection is very bad. My partner came out of the toilet, I asked her how her prostheses were and I kissed her, because ten days ago she was operated on for breast prostheses, ”defended the 47-year-old deputy who should know within five days the sanction imposed by Parliament.

Seen hundreds of thousands of times

Interviewed on the Argentinian news channel Todo Noticias, which made its headlines about the affair, the deputy, member of the Frente de Todos government coalition of center-left president Alberto Fernandez, a repeated his “regrets” and “great shame” but indicated that he would not resign. "I'll wait for my peers to decide in committee and then I'll see," he said, again defending himself from a "regrettable accident" due to "a bad connection" to the Internet.

Que están esperando para echar was impresentable !!!! Diputado Nacional por Salta del Frente de Todos, Juan Emilio Ameri. "The dije a mi pareja, a ver como te quedó la operación y le besé las tetas" "Tengo mala conexión y thought estaba fuera". Estabas en sesión y logeado !! pic.twitter.com/K3fkHge5oG

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- Ignacio González Prieto (@igonzalezprieto) September 24, 2020

The images have been viewed several hundred thousand times around the country, often accompanied by scathing comments. This sequence has revolted the population and many tweets about it abound on Twitter .

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