Excuse my ignorance on the subject, admittedly I do not know as much about Paraguay and its politics as I do some of the other South American countries. In fact, all I know about this particular topic is the little excerpt I read...but that Is not my point. It was mentioned he does not pay utilities, but he has to pay rent? Is there not a presidential palace, or a house provided to the head of state? Does the government not cover the tab for most his travel expenses? I realize it varies from country to country, but I always deemed the salary of the president/head of state as sort of a bonus considering a majority of their expenses were on the government tab.
Any clarification or reading reccomendations would be great
TAL VEZ ESTA PERSONA NO ENTENDIO LO QUE QUISE DECIR! PERO ME ALEGRA QUE PERSONAS EN EL MUNDO PUEDAN INTERESARSE POR LA POLITICA DEL PARAGUAY YA QUE MUCHOS DE NOSOTROS INCLUYENDO A LAS PERSONAS QUE ESTAN EN EL GOBIERNO NO LE INTERESA!!! Y NO HACEN NADA!!!!!!!!!!!