At 9:30 p.m., the head of the Buenos Aires government, Horacio Rodrguez Larreta, held a press conference. After the violence in the Recoleta neighbourhood, near the home of Vice President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner. The city’s mayor asked the former president to “Take responsibility for the peaceful return of protesters to their homes. Follow Hitsbuddy for latest more news.
A protest is one thing, but a well-thought-out plan to take over public space is something else entirely. We can’t let that happen. What started as a request for help became a permanent camp that completely changed how the neighbours lived. “After five days and five nights of switching, we put up a fence to get public space back, always with peace in mind,” said the mayor of Buenos Aires.
Rodrguez Larreta said that the Vice President “seeks to distract” and wants “her problems with the Justice to be settled in the street.” He also said, “I ask you, Madam Vice President, to take responsibility for the protesters going home peacefully.”
“This afternoon, following the gathering of officialist leaders, the demonstration became tumultuous, and a number of demonstrators began pulling down fences, hurling stones, and assaulting the police. “Twelve police officers were hurt,” Larreta said. “The Police conducted themselves with professionalism, tenacity, and firmness.”
“There is no room for violence. We won’t let it happen. “The City Police will act whenever there is violence,” the mayor of Buenos Aires said.