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Gabriel Santiago Cneo is a well-known Argentine businessman, politician, and journalist. He was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on September 5, 1970.
Between the years of 2013 and 2018, he was the host of the journalistic program “Uno Mas Uno Tres,” which was aired on radio and television. This is where he gained his reputation. This program was recognized as the best investigative program by the Martin Fierro Awards in both 2017 and 2018. The awards are given in the journalistic category of Best Investigative Program.
Because of his association with people associated with criminal organizations such as Carapintadas, led by Aldo Rico, he was kicked out of the University of California, Riverside. 3
In the 1990s, it was a subsidiary of the CopPetrol company, which specialized in the distribution and sale of a wide variety of fuels for motor vehicles.
It was suspected that the fuel had been imported unlawfully, and some of it appeared to have been adulterated with water.
Between the years 2005 and 2015, he participated in a number of elections for councilor and mayor of the city of San Miguel. With the exception of the election in 2015, he always ran under the Peronist banner. In 2007, he was presented as the first candidate for the position of Buenos Aires legislator for the Consenso Porteo list that was run by Guillermo Cherashny.
It was his intention to run for governor of the Buenos Aires province in the elections that took place in 2019, but he only received 0.23 percent of the vote, which meant that he was ineligible to do so.
In 2021, he made an effort to run for the position of national deputy in the Buenos Aires province on behalf of the popular party, but he did not receive a sufficient number of votes to win.
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Uno Más Uno Tres is a political journalism program. It debuted in 2013 and was initially shown on the television channel Canal 26 as well as on Canal Metro. Santiago Cneo and Nora Briozzo were the directors of the show.
The program’s initial stance was one of opposition to the administration of Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, who was serving as president at the time. As such, some of the reports that were aired on the program dealt with legal matters associated with Kirchnerism, including the Nisman Case.
The program enjoyed a surge in viewership in 2016, a year in which the reports that were broadcast during that time were increasingly critical of the government of Mauricio Macri, despite the fact that the host had previously expressed enthusiasm for the newly elected administration.
According to sources from the channel, he was fired from his position at Channel 26 for making attacks on the managers who worked there.
Despite this, Cneo claims that he was let go from his position at the channel because the channel was under pressure from the government to do so as a result of the investigations that could put high-ranking government officials in an embarrassing position.
The program was moved to Crónica TV, where it remained airing for more than a year after the channel changed its name.
At this point, the tone of the reports became much more critical of the Macri government. Cneo refers to him as a ” surrogate ” and a ” sepoy ” in the reports.
After Mauricio Macri’s visit to Israel in May 2018, Cneo published an editorial in which the newspaper’s editor linked the president to “international Zionism.” The editor even questioned whether Macri had negotiated the Andinia Plan to hand over Patagonia, as suggested by an outdated conspiracy theory. The editorial was addressed to Macri.
Because of this, the DAIA accused him of anti-Semitism, and the Crónica TV channel booted him off the air. Insults directed at the official journalist Silvia Mercado were another one of the factors that led to his expulsion from the organization. Since that time, he has continued his program by broadcasting it online, specifically on his website Canal 22.
The show relocates for the third time, this time to a web channel known as Channel 22, and has been airing continuously on this channel ever since it debuted there.
He was the producer of the comedy film “Encuarentenadas,” which starred Ximena Rijel and featured cameos from a number of well-known actors and comedians, including Chiche Gelblung, Dady Brieva, Atilio Veronelli, Silvio Soldán, and Nito Artaza, among others.
The Kirchnerist government was one of the causes that Cneo opposed. He believed that Kirchnerism was incapable of both implementing a long-term economic plan and ensuring that Justicialism, the party that laid the foundation for Peronism, remained stable and unified.
In 2015, he lent his support to the Cambiemos electoral platform for the presidential elections in Argentina, with the primary intention of bringing an end to the Kirchnerite era.
In 2016, when he first started raising concerns about the policies that were being implemented by the newly formed government, he distanced himself from the Cambiemos movement.
Cneo identifies himself as a confederalist, a Peronist, a trade unionist, and a nationalist in terms of his political philosophy.
Conflict with the Macri government
Between the months of July and August in 2018, he was the target of multiple complaints from government officials alleging “incitement to hatred,” “apology for sedition,” and “disrespect for the presidential figure.” For example, Patricia Bullrich is one of the people who has filed a complaint. 13 14 15
Cneo has stated that these complaints are attempts by the government to intimidate him. This is due to the fact that on these dates, he began a collection of signatures to propose a political trial against President Mauricio Macri in Congress, relying on articles 29, 39, 59, 60, and 119 of the National Constitution. Cneo has stated that the government is attempting to intimidate him.
Cneo considers themselves to be Catholic. In December of 2020, he confronted President Alberto Fernández with the accusation that he was “neither Catholic nor Peronist” because, among other things, he supported the legalization of abortion.
A journalist named Santiago Cuneo was caught on camera “celebrating” the troubling news as famous people from all over the world sent Queen Elizabeth II messages of support and tributes. Cuneo popped open a bottle of champagne and called the incident “good news” in a video that went viral but has since been removed. He then referred to Her Majesty as a “old woman” and stated that she had “finally gone to hell.” The video has since been removed.
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