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The Pasapalabra participant accused the error of its removal: CHV would alter the TV error and the exhibition



On the night of Wednesday, he is one of the most popular participants Pasapalabra was eliminated in the fight "Rosco",

It is about Alan Gonzalez, a young native of Talcahuan, who remained several unchallenged chapters until he cared Claudia Contreras, loses only one answer. He got 20 and got 21.

However, this situation would not be the case because on Thursday, Gonzalez used his social network to blame his game against his opponent and apparently was unaware of the Chilevision program.

"The people of Pasapalabra, I have never thought about specific aspects of the program but in the past it is healthy to clarify"This part of his message, which reacted in a few minutes.

"Yes, the word "Federacionismo" Claudia in the chapter yesterday is a mistake and the score should be combined in 20 hits and 3 mistakes for both"He said.

It should be noted that once Claudia provided her answers to the program, Julian Elfenbein reassessed the concepts and when she reached "F" she read: ": "A theory or a political stream that blocks the principles of federation … federalism"

Apparently, his publications sparked controversy on Twitter, and within a few hours Alan repeated again to make sure that space production was known and changed his mistake.

"When we talk about production, we agree that everyone is missing a mistake and will be changed. Obviously, we have discretion, and we will tell you when the time comes"He said.

Also in another twee he added: "The rest I appreciate the professionalism and transparency of the team and their willingness to recognize errors that are of course involuntary. I appreciate and appreciate it"

So, there are no doubts, according to RAE, in which the game is based, the word "Federacionismo" does not exist and the correct term is "federalism."


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