By Jr., Robert Breene
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During the episode Wasmosy waffled on more than one occasion. When the crisis was in full bloom he offered Oviedo the job of Minister of Defense which the general accepted. A little later the president withdrew the offer... “Coup d’Etat or merely an argument? ” One of these accusations referred to the second bridge between Ciudad del Este (Paraguay) and Foz do Iguazú (Brazil), Oviedo maintaining that “Wasmosy wants to build the bridge with one of his own companies,” an accusation he repeated frequently.
This collegial executive, which Stokes traces to the draft constitution of 1812 for the United Provinces of Río Plata,32 was developed into a practical executive by Batlle from his observation of the Swiss Federal Council while on a European tour. Crow, while giving Batlle credit as “originator of…[the] progressive social program,” then smoothly switches sides again in the next sentence to discuss “Uruguay’s cumbersome nine-man council” which was abolished in favor of the executive in 1967. However one may care to interpret this legerdemain, Batlle y Ordoñez was again a name to be dealt with in the elections of 1999.
This bias evolved during his first term when he appeared to be having success in introducing the free market into Argentina. ) Perón, the fascisti, was the ultimate anti-neoliberal of his day and introduced that state-run economy which Menem acted as if he were dismantling. So of course the press bias to the left was turned on this neo-liberal-Peronist. —and has complicated rational assessment of the situation. With all these caveats taken into account, however, it still appears that Menem has crippled his PJ.
Latin American Political Yearbook 2001 by Jr., Robert Breene