Karina Álvarez and INBA representatives disagreed in an interview about the demands of iconic high school students and the excesses that occurred this week, leading to a tense live debate.
Program this Wednesday afternoon live with you of CHVs, Journalist Carina Alvarez faced tense debate with INBA agent Both commented on excesses at the iconic high school, student demands, and their position in front of the media.
The latter sparked wide-ranging conversations. Journalists ensure that INBA students do not agree to make statements to the media. In your opinion something could help cause.
“The problem is that there is not as much willingness to engage in dialogue, to verbalize demands for example, as in the student movement. We wanted to talk to them yesterday, but we couldn’t. Alvarez Repair.
Given this, a representative claimed that the students were fed up with being “not heard” by the authorities. “Because I’m sick of it,” he said.
Carina Alvarez asking her students
“So how are student demands made visible?” asked the journalist.or The day before he also noticed INBA students being rejected by the media after they made a statement live and took no questions from the press.
A representative said students had submitted requests to the ministry and said, “They are the ones who have to stay and respond. tv does nothing ” he claimed.
Most discussions lasted several minutes and ended with Carina Alvarez pointing out that “in all parts of the world, those who are not listening to the authorities are looking to the press.”
The lawyer asserted that “it is valid for them (students) to reveal themselves because their opinions must be heard in some way”.
Alvarez has not changed his opinion and assured that he studied journalism “to give a voice to those who do not have it”. He concludes the communicator by concluding that he believes that