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Kirchnerism puts together a show of force for March 24 with a message to the inmate


Mayors, La Cámpora and other groups that are referenced in the Vice are mobilized. The supposed proscription will be the axis of several sectors.

Like every March 24, Kirchnerism is preparing to mobilize this Friday to commemorate the

Day of Memory, Truth and Justice

on the 47th

anniversary of the last military coup


La Cámpora and the mayors

of Greater Buenos Aires will once again march

the 14 kilometers

that separate the former ESMA from the Plaza de Mayo.

Alberto Fernández, meanwhile, will leave for Santo Domingo to participate in the Ibero-American Summit of Heads of State and Government, at the beginning of a tour that could now extend

to Washington

to finalize his postponed bilateral meeting with his American counterpart Joe Biden.

The slogans of the call will be varied, in the midst of the "operative outcry" to "break the ban" against Cristina Kirchner that they denounce.

On December 27,

in an act in Avellaneda

, the Vice President had called for a mobilization "against the mafias."

The initiative provoked a response from the Grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo late in February.

Estela de Carlotto asked that the march against the ban on the former president be another day.

We cannot mix

”, she maintained.

Interior Minister Eduardo de Pedro and Human Rights Secretary Horacio Pietragalla sought to overcome "the misunderstanding."

The Kirchnerist groups paid half attention.

Máximo Kirchner, at the beginning of the march for March 24, in 2022. Photo: Luciano Thieberger.

The organization led by Máximo Kirchner called for the march with an ambiguous slogan.

Thirty thousand reasons to continue taking care of democracy

”, says the


that they spread on their social networks in the last hours.

More explicit and closer to CFK's December wishes is the legend "

Democracy without Mafias

", which was also reproduced on networks and which was repeated this Thursday at the national plenary session of La Cámpora in Quilmes, headed by the head of the Buenos Aires PJ and which put into office the brand new general secretary of the group, the Buenos Aires legislator

Lucía Cámpora,

niece of the former president who gives its name to the orga.

As it has been doing since 2017, La Cámpora will march from the former clandestine detention and torture center.

To each of these demonstrations of force he printed a different slogan.

The last time the main leaders of the organization

exposed their political differences with the Casa Rosada



It will be very similar to last year's march

," explained camperista officials.

Once again, there will be a two-story collective with an open roof to stream interviews with the main leaders of the organization.


The Government has to be with the people inside

," Máximo shot from there a year ago.

The head of La Cámpora shared

a reserved dinner with his mother and former presidents

of the region after

Tuesday's ceremony at the CCK


La Patria es el otro

, the sort of brand new federation of Kirchnerist groups led by the former general secretary of the camp, 

Andrés Larroque

, meanwhile, directly called for a march against the supposed ban on the Vice.


Democracy without proscription

" is the motto with which they spread the mobilization thought of in the increasingly influential table of Ensenada, where they sit, in addition to Larroque, the local mayor Mario Secco;

the one from Avellaneda, Jorge Ferraresi;

and trade unionists and leaders of the Kirchnerist arc.

Meanwhile, minority groups linked to Kirchnerism such as

Les Jovenes

announced that they will march "

from the Plaza to the Court

", so it is discounted that several columns will deviate to protest in front of the Palace of Courts.

His call, however, does not refer to the judicial situation of the former president, but

calls for the resignation of the 4 Supreme Court judges


The posters of the call were seen for the first time in the

militant plenary that

Axel Kicillof and Máximo Kirchner


on March 11 in Avellaneda.

The group was born at the impulse of Néstor Kirchner's former publicist,

Jorge "Topo" Devoto

, a personal friend of the Vice President.

Among the columns that will come from the former ESMA will be counted referents of La Cámpora, ministers of Alberto Fernández who respond to Kirchnerism and the

Buenos Aires governor


Some Christian leaders imagine the mobilization as the next stop - after the Avellaneda plenary - to lift the ban against the former president, which

will have replicas in the suburbs and in some provinces


In addition to the Human Rights organizations, which will demonstrate in the Plaza de Mayo, there will be other groups of the ruling party present and with their own slogans.

The Evita Movement

, for example, will mobilize for "

A democracy for all, without the IMF ", far from the reading that the head of the organization,

Emilio Pérsico,

maintained just 10 months ago 

about the effects of the agreement with the organization of credit.

They will walk starting at 3:00 p.m. from Belgrano and July 9 and will premiere the flag of their brand new

Patria de Los Comunes

party .

A regular interlocutor of the Vice President insists that CFK intends to uphold her decision not to be a candidate.


Those who are desperate are the kids, especially Máximo

, who is afraid of running out of the pen if she is not there," he says, alluding to the assembly of lists and the

main objective

of Kirchnerism:

to retain the Province


Close to the former president, meanwhile, they maintain that in principle she would not plan to travel to the South.

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Source: clarin

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