American myopia

By Pablo Gabriel Miraglia

The qualification of the performance of left or right governments in matters of corruption by the United States entails an intolerable subjectivity due to the personal conveniences of those who claim to be our puppet masters. Generalizing about corruption based solely on political affiliation can be simplistic and serve spurious interests disguised as honorable.

Opinion about the effectiveness of a government can depend on multiple factors, such as specific policies, economic management, and the implementation of social programs. The perception of corruption must be based on government transparency and access to information and not on lobbying and pressure from the powers in power.

It is essential to analyze each administration objectively, considering its actions and results evaluated on the well-being conditions of its citizens and not on the geopolitical and economic convenience of external powers that perceive themselves as the lighthouse of the world.