Updated 04/20/2021 8:13 PM
A cacerolazo is felt in different neighborhoods of the City of Buenos Aires, after the Federal Administrative Litigation Judge, Esteban Furnaro, ordered that face-to-face classes be suspended in Buenos Aires schools.
, among other neighborhoods, were the first in which the casseroles began to be heard.
As the minutes passed, it was replicated in points throughout the city such as
, among others.
Parents organized against the closure of schools.
Some car horns, whistles or simply with the palms of their hands were also heard.
The fight for schools
The organized parents who last year demanded the return to presence in the 2021 school year are now protagonists of mobilizations and protests against the new suspension ordered by the Nation and the Province.
The key tool of this movement are the WhatsApp chains and social networks.
In the schools of Greater Buenos Aires (where the ban is in force) they organized symbolic hugs to the establishments, against the decree of President Alberto Fernández.
One of the epicenters of the previous protests was the door of the Quinta de Olivos, after the Alberto Fernández government suspended face-to-face classes and established a "curfew" since last Friday at 00:00.
The demonstrations in rejection of the Government's decision deepened in other parts of the Buenos Aires suburbs, such as Pilar, La Matanza and Adrogué.
- Hernán Lombardi (@herlombardi) April 20, 2021
They do not stop #Cacerolazo pic.twitter.com/3RcTCczbVd
- Ani Marino🏖 🇮🇹 (@animartino) April 20, 2021
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The war for schools: now the National Justice orders that face-to-face classes be suspended in the City
In the Province, the protest against the suspension of classes was with hugs to schools and protests in the streets