December 28, 2018 11:24
Updated December 28, 2018 11:56
The American actress Angelina Jolie said she did not rule out politics and pointed out in a shock signal that it was strong enough to resist what is involved.
"Intervention in politics would have steered it out 20 years ago, but now I go where I am needed," said the artist during the radio program Today by the BBC, led by Justin Webb.
"I don't know if I'm suitable for politics, but I've also played out that I don't know if I have an abandoned skeleton in my closet," said 43-year-old actress, who was a guest editor of the radio program.
He said the entry into politics will do everything necessary to achieve good results. "Honestly, I want to do what I think can lead to change," said Jolie, in her role as a Special Envoy for the United Nations Refugee Council (UNHCR).
"I am able to work with governments and also with the military. I am in an interesting situation to get much done," says the protagonist of Tomb Raider.
The actor indicated that she is too strong to "keep a lot of chin."
Jolie took advantage of her participation in the program to talk about refugee problems in the Middle East. She has been in several refugee camps and has seen the suffering and deprivation of people who have had to flee their homeland to survive.
Jolie was asked if her name was included in the list of 30 to 40 people mentioned for the Democratic Party's presidency, she replied only "thank you."