President Alberto Fernández reminded Hebe de Bonafini this Sunday through their social networks and decreed three days of mourning, but reissuing the historic confrontation between the president of Mothers of Plaza de Mayo with the president, the Human Rights organization came out at the crossroads: “Luckily, Hebe he made public everything he thought of you.”
“With the departure of Hebe de Bonafini we lost a tireless fighter. Claiming truth and justice together with the Mothers and Grandmothers, she faced the genocidal when collective common sense went in another direction. With great affection and sincere regret, I bid you farewell. Goodbye Hebe, ”wrote the President on his Twitter social network account.
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In response, the official account of the Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo said that “nothing was lost” and that “the legacy of the Mothers lives on in the village”. “Relating our President’s struggle to another organization is an insult. Luckily, Hebe made everything she thought of you public,” she added.
The story of Hebe de Bonafini
Since the first days of May 1977, one week after the rounds of the Mothers of Plaza de Mayo around the pyramid Hebe de Bonafini began to participate in these concentrations. Two years later, in 1979, she became the president of the Association.
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No.He was born on December 4, 1928 in the Buenos Aires town of Ensenada and had three children with Humberto Bonafini. Two of them, the men, Jorge and Raúl, were kidnapped and disappeared during the last military dictatorship. Third, Maria Alejandraalways accompanied her in her activities related to human rights.
With the return to democracy, although he celebrated the trial of the Military Juntas ordered by Raul Alfonsinwas very critical of the laws of Due Obedience and Full Stop. Y much more so to the “pardon” decreed by Carlos Menem.
Close to Néstor and Cristina Kirchner, she accompanied Alberto Fernández’s return to Kirchnerism with resentment. Already entered the government of him, the questions were increasing. “In Argentina there are still political prisoners, soup kitchens and barefoot boys. I want people to remember that You have the right to work, work and living well is a right”, he told him in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic.
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Then, he rejected the agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF). “We owe nothing. You don’t have to pay the debt to the IMF. With debt, the poor always lose. It is always paid with the efforts of the poor. The rich never put anything up,” he noted. the former Minister of Economy Martín Guzmán was one of those chosen for his criticism.