In his speech, the author has defended the ideas of liberalism as "a motor" to transform the "poor country into wealth from one to the other, which is the forerunner of modernity".
"In Latin America, we should not be pessimistic, things are better than thirty or forty years ago without a doubt when the military dictatorships were very black," Vargas Llosa said.
In his speech, the Nobel Prize has repeatedly referred to the "karatties" of Latin American leftists around "liberalism" because they combine it with "everything that is not right".
He also pointed out that "the great failure of Latin American liberalism" was that it was not suited to the economic aspect of society's progress. EFE