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Alberto Fernández will not participate in the events of March 24 because he will travel to an Ibero-American summit

2023-02-24T16:51:24.093Z


In the midst of the controversy over whether it is an act due to the 'proscription' of Cristina Kirchner, the President will be in the Dominican Republic.


In the midst of the controversy over the use of the act of March 24, which recalls the start of the last coup in Argentina, to march in defense of Cristina Kirchner for what hardcore Kirchnerism describes as "proscription", President Alberto

Fernández will not be in the country during the mobilizations

.

The Government confirmed the President's attendance at the XXVIII Ibero-American Summit of Heads of State and Government to be held in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, on March 24 and 25.

In this way, he will not be in the country to commemorate the anniversary of the Coup d'état in an act that generates controversy due to the politicization that La Cámpora gave him.

During the week, the Mothers of Plaza de Mayo Línea Fundadora joined the questions to La Cámpora for calling to mobilize on March 24, Day of Remembrance for Truth and Justice, to repudiate the supposed "ban" of Cristina Kirchner .

After the criticism, Kirchnerism had to come out and clarify that the march "will not be against the ban on Cristina" Kirchner.

For the mobilization of March 24, 2022, the President led the act of Memory Day at the Cultural Center of Science, while La Cámpora took to the streets with a march from the former ESMA to Plaza de Mayo.

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