The Federal March arrives in the City with protests and claims to the Government

The so-called “Federal March” will arrive in the City today and is headed by piquetero organizations gathered in “Piquetero Unit”, which are not aligned with the Government. The caravans with the protesters 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 protest will end after the reading of a document denouncing “the adjustment measures applied by the government of Alberto Fernandez at the request of the International Monetary Fund” and there will be no campingas it was revealed.

Among the demands are the granting of positions of worked “genuine without job insecurity; for salary equivalent to the family basket and for an emergency increase so that no worker or retiree is below the poverty basket.”

They also demand “an immediate increase in social programs and their opening to all who need them, and their universalization; comprehensive assistance to popular kitchens and access to decent housing, health and quality public education”.

The march is organized by social and political organizations that make up the national table of the Unidad Piquetera, with the slogan “For work and salary, against hunger and poverty.” The closing act is expected to begin at 3:00 p.m. in Plaza de Mayo.

The mobilization began last Tuesday, May 10, until this Thursday, May 12, with three consecutive days of marching. The central closing act will be when all the organizations converge in front of the Casa Rosada, the same day that the Indec will announce the inflation for the month of April, which is estimated to be around 5.5%.

The social organizations grouped in the Piquetera Unit maintain a conflict with the Government, as they are not aligned. About a month ago they made a camp in front of the Ministry of Social Development in downtown Buenos Aires, after days of cuts in streets and highways. After meeting with Minister Juan Zabaleta, spirits were lowered, although the tension remained latent, due to the demands of the claims.

According to what these entities adhering to leftist political parties reported, the days of the “federal march” will be held under the slogans “for work and decent wages”, and “against hunger and poverty”. This was reported in a joint press release, with the signatures of the Polo Obrero (PO), MTR Votamos Luchar, Cuba-MTR, Revolutionary Action Movement (MAR), May 29 Movement, the National Piquetero Bloc, the Arming Conscience Group , Teresa Rodríguez April 12 Movement, factions of the Rebel MTL and the Resistance Front and the William Cooke Center.

Day of protests: where will the traffic cuts be this Thursday

who enter by Elevenwill gather in Plaza Miserere and march through Rivadavia Avenue. who do it for Withdrawal they will march for Leandro Aleman, Cordova, July 9 and the Obelisk until you enter through North Diagonal.

Meanwhile, those who do it for Constitution will concentrate for San Juan Avenuewill march for July 9 and Belgrano Avenue and conclude their tour South Diagonal.

  • Pueyrredon Bridge.
  • Cut in Av. San Juan and Lima.
  • Cut at Av. Leandro Alem, Av. Córdoba, Av. 9 de Julio and Obelisco from Retiro station to Diagonal Norte.
  • Cut in Av. Rivadavia from Plaza Miserere to Plaza de Mayo.
  • Court in the Obelisk area.
  • Court in the area of ​​Congress.
  • Court from 9 de Julio and Avenida Belgrano to Diagonal Sur.

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