Groups of left-wing social organizations concentrated on one of the ascents of the Pueyrredón Bridge from Hipólito Yrigoyen Avenue (former Pavón), in the Avellaneda district of Buenos Aires, and interrupted traffic in that access to the Federal Capital in the framework of the mobilizations that they are carried out by the Federal March of the Piquetero Unit that converge this afternoon in an act in Plaza de Mayo.
Concentrations Similar protesters were also registered in the vicinity of the Retiro, Miserere and Constitución railway stations.
Different columns of the so-called “Federal March for Work and for Salary”, led by leftist piqueteros organizations, began to arrive this Thursday in the city of Buenos Aires to converge in the afternoon in the Plaza de Mayo, where an act will be held.
The march is organized by left-wing social and political organizations that make up the “Piquetera Unit”, with the slogan linked to “job creation and wages, against hunger and poverty”
The caravans with the demonstrators left last Tuesday from four points: NOA (La Quiaca, Jujuy; San Salvador; Salta; Tucumán; Catamarca; Santiago del Estero and La Rioja); NEA: (Chaco, Corrientes, Misiones, Formosa, Entre Ríos); Whose (San Luis, San Juan and Mendoza); Neuquén and Patagonia (Tierra del Fuego, Neuquén, Chubut, Santa Cruz, Río Negro).`
The march is organized by leftist social and political organizations that make up the “Piquetera Unit”, with the slogan linked to “job creation and wages, against hunger and poverty.”