The Guardian: "Imagining Jose Mujica as Prime Minister of UK"

An article writing by Andrew Simms in The Guardian UK press, with the title “Let’s play fantasy economics. Things could really get better” make a comparison of the policies of different countries, Andrew dreams with a new country called “Goodland” with José Mujica as Prime Minister.

Uruguayan president José Mujica lives on £450 a month, has a guard of two policemen and a three-legged dog, and drives a 1987 VW Beetle.

Its president refuses the state mansion. He gives away 90% of his pay, living on the national average wage to share in the struggles of his people.

The president mentioned above is José Mujica of Uruguay. He lives on about £450 per month. His presidential guard is two policemen and a three-legged dog. He criticises the rich countries’ development model, berating other world leaders’ “blind obsession to achieve growth with consumption”.

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