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Meaning of donde hay papel las barbas se callan by Felipe Lorenzo del Río

Felipe Lorenzo del Río

donde hay papel las barbas se callan

On August 31, I was surprised by our vice president and minister of labor Yolanda Díaz, (what a precious woman, fighter for workers' rights!) , with this saying of the law that I did not know: When there are evidentiary documents, it is better to keep quiet. The written proof of a document has more value than oral testimony. The beards in the saying also allude to other historical moments not so distant in which women did not paint anything as in this other macho saying: Where there are beards, they are silent skirts.

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