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The space that leads Ricardo Lopez MurphyUnited Republicans, which integrates Together for Change asked that the presidential decree that orders mourning for the death of the founder of the Mothers of Plaza de Mayo not be applied in Buenos Aires schools Hebe de Bonafini.

For this they went to Justice and presented an amparo “with a precautionary measure in the Justice of the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, to prevent this Tuesday from being applied the decree of national mourning established by the President of the Nation, Alberto Fernández, after the death of Hebe de Bonafini”.

The national government ordered three days of mourning for the founder of the Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo, Hebe de Bonafini

The Mother of Plaza de Mayo who never kept quiet, neither in a dictatorship nor in a democracy

This bears the signature of the Buenos Aires legislator Marina Kienast, from lawyer José Lucas Magioncalda (who also sponsors the group as a lawyer) and members of the “United Republicans” Youth Rodrigo Forlenza, Facundo Sapienza, Florencia Ravelo Niglia, Sebastián Pedrozo, Jonthan Tolisano and Federico Kaufman.

“It is sought that the Argentine flag is not hoisted at half mast, understanding that the authoritarian, xenophobic, violent and intolerant characteristics of Hebe de Bonafiniviolate State policies on education, established by law 26,206,” they said in a statement. In addition, they say they defend “the right to education and the mental and moral integrity of children.”

To justify the requestthe signatories remarked that the statements of the referent of the Mothers of Plaza de Mayo when she expressed her joy at the attack on the Twin Towers, or insults to people of Bolivian nationality, appealing to their nationality; and the threats to use tasers with the minor children of Mauricio Macri and María Eugenia Vidal, among others.

Hebe de Bonafini: “The day I die they don’t have to cry, they have to have a party in the Plaza”

Mothers of Plaza de Mayo attacked the message of Alberto Fernández

President Alberto Fernandez he dedicated a farewell message to Hebe de Bonafini after learning the news of his death this Sunday, November 20. Nevertheless, his words were not welcomed by the Mothers of Plaza de Mayo Associationa group that made up the militant for human rights: they questioned it and stated that it was “an insult.”

With the departure of Hebe de Bonafini we lost a tireless fighter. Demanding truth and justice together with Mothers and Grandmothers, faced the genocidal when collective common sense went in another direction. With great affection and sincere regret, I bid you farewell. Goodbye Hebe,” said the president this Sunday through his Twitter account.

Alberto Fernández and Hebe de Bonafini

Hours later, the harsh response from the association arrived, which did not coincide with Fernández’s words and began to correct his words: “Mr. President, nothing was lost, the legacy of the Mothers lives in the town”.

“Relating our President’s struggle to another organization is an insult”raised the group, referring to the relationship that the president made with Grandmothers of Plaza de Mayo, and concluded: “Luckily Hebe made public everything she thought about you”.

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