Riots in Jujuy

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    Morales ratified article 67 of the constitutional reform, which prohibits road and street blockades and the occupation of public buildings. In addition, he announced that he will request the reconsideration of articles 36 and 50, related to the rights of indigenous peoples, to return to their old wording, recognising the doubts existing in the indigenous communities.

    Followers of Milagro Salas and other K supporters have gone berserk over the new constitution as above. Cars burned, the legislative building attacked and burned and the police appear helpless.

    Will CFK say anything? I doubt it.



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    It's hard to believe a tweet from Wado de Pedro:

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    The model of the country that Juntos por el Cambio wants to take us to can only be sustained with repression: it is the model of 2001, the model of Macrismo, the model of Morales in Jujuy.


    We repudiate the brutal repression against the demonstrators. An Argentina without violence is possible.

    Source:


    Here is an explanation of the constitutional reforms.

    Reforma constitucional en Jujuy: juraron la nueva constitución en medio de incidentes
    En medio de fuertes protestas y antes de lo previsto, se realizó la jura de la reforma de la Carta Magna en Jujuy en la Legislatura provincial.
    www.rionegro.com.ar

    Open in Chrome, right click, then click translate.

  • How could anyone decry the “repression” against the rioters? Wadi is clearly pandering for votes, like trump vilifying the Capitol policemen who defended Congress against the January 6 insurrectionists. (Now saying “Elect me, and I’ll pardon these patriots - meaning the violent rioters -)

  • The rioters in the Province of Jujuy has important economic consequences. All of the northern provinces are feudal administrations, and all are poor and underdeveloped. No surpirse, they were governed by peronists since maney years ago,

    Jujuy has interrupted the feudal customs and the governor have developed two very important items for nowadays.

    they have developed the lithium colection, and also the solar energy, as this northern province has abundance of sunlight, as it is above the circle of Capricorn. Perhaps in the near future will grow a lot in relationship with the others.

    and the peronist which surrounds it, are coveting this jewel.

    it seems that they brought rioters from the outskirst of ba and also from Bolivia. There are many bolivians which hove double nationality and they are receiiving subsidies from the federal government

    Also the so called original population are protesting right now. I believe that we need another General George Custer to wipe out all this rubbish.

  • The Peronists have issued a joint statement denouncing the police repression and violence towards the protestors, many of whom are hardened criminals. Fifty six have been arrested, of whom:

    2+2=5

  • The Peronists have issued a joint statement denouncing the police repression and violence towards the protestors, many of whom are hardened criminals. Fifty six have been arrested, of whom:

    2+2=5

    No wonder if among the peronist are hidden a lot of hardened criminals. The were always the same stuff.

    They are the real enemies of this country, because is inside us.