Federico Polak, former number 2 in the Argentine embassy in Spain, returned to the country with criticism of Ricardo Alfonsín
The former official of Argentine embassy in Madrid Federico Polak, who Last November he resigned from his positionreported today from your social networks that He returned to the country, which suffers from coronavirus and criticized Ambassador Ricardo Alfonsín.
“I did not return with criticism of the government. The Foreign Ministry had nothing to do with my resignation caused by a problem of lack of management, generated by the particular personality of the ambassador. I don’t get paid if I don’t work. And I came back”, expressed Polak from his Twitter account when receiving questions about his resignation and in response to those who assumed that he pointed to the current national administration as responsible.
Already in November, who was the last spokesman for President Raúl Alfonsín, had argued: “It is not ethical to receive remuneration without being useful to the State.” Polak held the position of Special Representative for the Promotion of Business Activity in that country at the Argentine embassy in Spain.
“I returned. After the fiasco of the Spanish embassy, my beloved land, the homeland -which I love the most- has received me with pneumonia and Covid. And Airbnb Buenos Aires with obvious deception. I’ll collect them all, “he had initially written, which caused several questions from his followers about the real reason for his resignation.
After his post on Twitter, Polak received several queries, mostly directed at his role in the embassy headed by Ricardo Alfonsín, and Why couldn’t you do your homework?.
Polak was the charge d’affaires of the Embassy of Argentina in Spain and in fact the virtual number two of Ricardo Alfonsín in Madrid. After his resounding resignation last November, he returned to the country.
“It is a fiasco when it is going to be managed and they prevent it. As unethical to have a salary without working, I resigned. Staying there was against ethics, staying to collect a salary, worse. Except for some who are out there, most of us think like this, ”Polak explained to a follower.
Militant of the Integration and Development Movement (MID) and lawyer by profession, Polak served as PAMI comptroller, between 2000 and 2001. He was also intervener of Boca Juniors, in 1984.
Although he did not have a diplomatic career, was summoned for his vast experience in the field of politics and his expertise in the field of private international law.