He publishes first and then…
Very beautiful. Thank you.
Lastly, if you could please leave two pieces of advice or recommendations for Argentina to execute now. [laughs]
It was a pleasure to meet you. He’s interested in knowing if you’ve met in other places people who have a role similar to yours in any type of government?
When you refer to anarchist, do you mean political anarchist or is this a more liberal-minded movement?
Is it Dao or Tao?
What political leaders do you admire? Not necessarily politicians, it could also be public figures, social activists.
Outside of the workspace?
[laughs] Are you the same in your personal life?
He said that’s probably the best response, because if you’re having fun, it means your mind is in full attention.
You seem to be very optimistic. For example, there is a current now with the whole subject of climate change that is very catastrophic. There’s also the menace of a nuclear threat. What keeps you so optimistic?
From the moment you were born until you were about 15, did you imagine the world how it is today and you expect it to be?
[laughs] How old are you?
How do you imagine the year 2050?
What role do the audio-visual people, let’s say the press or also like you mentioned this TV show, the audio-visual sector, what role does it have in expanding this participatory form of governance?
How much personnel do you have working for you?
Can you please list the nine ministries that have this open method?
Yes. One of nine.
Which areas apply this method?
He’s still trying to figure out how…This concept is so new that no one’s giving orders or receiving orders, particularly in the executive branch. Are there other nations who have applied this form of governance?
Brainstorming. There’s no Spanish word for brainstorming. [laughs]
[laughs] He doesn’t understand, how do you work if you give no orders and receive no orders? Does that mean it’s just creative?