IF Juan Grabois knows how to do something well, it is to provoke.
He was born with a natural gift that he honed on the street.
In addition, he has a plus: when in doubt, he advances.
Later we see.
The last of his group was not on land in the Conurbano but on
property on the coast
with direct access to the sea.
At least two buses with people who would live in La Matanza and other GBA municipalities arrived at a small coastal town located about 30 kilometers from
Mar Del Plata
They got off in a row and, well organized, entered a 120-hectare piece of land belonging to the National Government.
The neighbors were first surprised and then scared, fearing an illegal occupation.
There were talks with respect and also some crossing that generated tension.
Later it was learned that a
managed by La Cámpora had authorized this landing to carry out an
The head of La Cámpora, Máximo Kichner, manages the AABE, an organization that is in charge of state assets.
Eduardo Albanese responds to the Vice President's son.
This Sunday, Grabois
having motorized the fact but I support it.
And he accused the mayor of Mar del Plata of wanting to use the place for a real estate development.
"They don't even know how to invent lies that have some kind of coherence and thus manage to deceive people. Beyond being nonsense, the place belongs to the National Government. Those people were brought by a piquetero and political organization with the support of a state entity that should watch over the assets of all Argentines, which is the AABE. That is why we decided to file
for what we consider an outrage," replied the mayor of General Pueyrredón, Guillermo Montenegro.
The neighbors demonstrated for what they consider an illegal takeover of a property.
They partially cut Route 11.
This Sunday, the residents of the place partially cut Route 11 in
for what they consider an illegal occupation.
They also point out that the explanation given by the AABE that the arrival of these people to the place was part of an
to develop a project related to agriculture and ecology there is
and with little support.
"We talked to them. And I swear that most of them appeared to be low-income people who came here as herdsmen for political leaders. Even until the AABE officially came out to report on this alleged agricultural project, the same people who they took position of the place they said
", says one of the inhabitants of the place.
Both the people and the Municipality wonder how these same people
for their stay, since they assured that during these days they are sleeping in hotels.
Montenegro also justified the fear of the residents that a settlement would be installed there due to the background: "Recently we have already had
takeover attempts very similar to this one. We were able to deactivate two of them through the courts that ordered evictions. The third is in the process of being resolved. Now, although the AABE denies that it is an illegal occupation, just seeing everything suggests
it is a takeover," added Montenegro.
The mayor of Cambiemos also pointed out: "If the explanation that they now give in the AABE that all this is about 180-day custody to carry out the agricultural project is true, it is also an abuse. Nobody ever consulted anything or with us or with the inhabitants themselves. In addition, to grant a permit of this nature there should be a reason."
To carry out any type of project there, social or real estate, you must have the
of the Province and the Deliberative Council.
Provincial and municipal legislators must determine through a
the use given to the land.
"Without that authorization, you cannot carry out anything," they say.