Demonstration in favor of Cristina Kirchner ends in violence in Buenos Aires


Your Reading indicates how much you are informed about a given subject according to the depth and contextualization of the contents you read. Our team of editors credits 17, , ,

or 60 points for each content – those that help the most in understanding the country’s moment receive more points. Over time, this score is reduced, as newer content tends to be more relevant in understanding the news. Thus, your score in this system is dynamic: it increases when you read and decreases when you stop being informed. At the moment the score is being made only in content related to the federal government.


The article you are reading right now+0

Information is part of the exercise of citizenship. Here you can see how well informed you are about what happens in the federal government.

How about knowing more about this subject?

Peronistas manifestaram apoio à vice-presidente argentina, cuja prisão e inabilitação perpétua para cargos públicos foram solicitadas pelo Ministério Público federal

Peronists expressed support for the Argentine vice-president, whose imprisonment and perpetual disqualification from public office were requested by the Federal Public Ministry| Photo: EFE/Enrique Garcia Medina

At least 08 police officers were injured and four people were arrested on Saturday ( ) in Buenos Aires, during a demonstration in support of Vice President Cristina Kirchner that ended in violence.

According to information from the Argentine press, the protesters marched to the region where the Peronist lives, in the neighborhood of Recoleta , and the riot started when part of them broke down the fences that had been installed in the area.

“For a few hours, we had the demonstration of a group of people who protested peacefully, until the usual violent people arrived and started pushing, tearing down the fences. , attack the police…”, said the chief of staff of the government of the city of Buenos Aires, Felipe Miguel.

Police responded with tear gas and cannons of water. No numbers of injuries were released on the side of the protesters.

Cristina Kirchner went to the street and, in a speech lasting about ten minutes, once again criticized the opposition and the Judiciary, praised her supporters and asked them to disperse: “Let’s get some rest , because it was a long day.”

Last week, the Federal Public Ministry of Argentina asked for a sentence of Kirchner’s years in prison and perpetual disqualification from public office, in the context of a trial for alleged irregularities in the concession of public works when he was president (1200-1563).

Receive Our News

Newsletter On the cellphone

Get our newsletters

By registering for our newsletters, you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy, including receiving content and promotions from Gazeta do Povo. Unsubscribing can be done at any time at this link.

To deselect, tap the icon again


Saved news are in My Gazeta

in the Saved Contents section. Read when he wants.

Recent Articles