leaders fought for the "respect" to cultural diversity and "dialogue" peaceful

leaders fought for the "respect" to cultural diversity and "dialogue" peaceful

Leaders of the Frente de Todos (FdT) and the opposition met this Wednesday on social networks in promote “coexistence” between the different identities that inhabit Argentinaon the date on which the Day of Respect for Cultural Diversity is commemorated in the country.

Before a new anniversary of the arrival of Christopher Columbus to the American continent and the paradigm shift regarding the vision regarding October 12, the presidential spokesperson, Gabriela Cerruti, pointed out: “Find ourselves in diversity. Unite our knowledge and ways of being in this world that inhabits us. An October 12 that allows us more than ever to work on the inclusion of all worldviews.”

On his Twitter account, Cerruti added: “For a diverse, broad and multicultural Argentina”.

For his part, the Chief of Staff, Juan Manzur, stated that “on the Day of Respect for Cultural Diversity, we vindicate the multiple identities that inhabit Argentine soil. Let us continue promoting dialogue and recognition of the different languages, ethnic groups, customs and beliefs that enrich our Nation”.

Meanwhile, the official account of the national government, Casa Rosada, published: “Our continent is a complex and rich cartography with diverse languages, music and traditions. An ethnic and cultural rainbow that unites and differentiates us”.

“We commemorate this Cultural Diversity Day by promoting respect for the enormous diversity that inhabits our region”he pointed out accompanied by the hashtag #DíaDeLaDiversidadCultural.

For its part, the Minister of Territorial Development and Habitat, Jorge Ferraresi, considered that “this date invites us to reflect, celebrate intercultural dialogue and the traditions and stories that constitute us as a people. Diversity enriches us and has always been part of our collective identity”.

To its turn, The Minister of Science and Technology, Daniel Filmus, stated: “Let us continue promoting integration, respect and equality to build a fair, diverse, inclusive and sovereign homeland”.

Official senator Anabel Fernández Sagasti assured that “a more inclusive and egalitarian society, that promotes intercultural dialogue and values ​​the history of our original peoples, is only possible through respect for #CulturalDiversity.”

In that line, the governor of Rio Negro, Arabela Carreras, stated that “today is a day of historical reflection and intercultural dialogue. In Río Negro we maintain a respectful and peaceful coexistence with the 189 communities of native peoples. We continue to promote an integrated and diverse province.”

For the Rioja governor, Ricardo Quintela, “celebrating cultural diversity is recognizing ourselves, valuing all the cultural expressions that make up our identity as a province and as a country”.

“May this be a date for reflection and awareness on the recognition of the rights of our original peoples,” the president yearned through his social networks.

For its part, the governor of Salta, Gustavo Sáenz, pointed out that “each of the cultures that make up the province and the country enrich us as a society. It is essential that we reflect on an Argentina based on values, dialogue and tolerance. Let us continue promoting respect and plurality”.

He too Governor of Neuquen, Omar Gutierrezremarked that “since 2010, we have adopted a paradigm shift that implied leaving behind the commemoration of the ‘conquest’ of America to give way to the analysis and appreciation of the immense variety of ethnic groups and cultures that make up our identity”. “Today, more than ever, #JuntosPodemosMás”, he closed.

On the opposition side, JxC senator Luis Naidenoff (UCR) considered that “differences enrich us and respect unites us” while the mayor of Lanús, Néstor Grindetti, pointed out that “it is a day for reflection, respect and the celebration of the cultural identity of peoples and their history”.

The legislator Graciela Ocaña He stated: “Let us always promote respect and recognition of the different cultures and groups that make up our society.”

While the legislator and president of the Buenos Aires UCR, Maxi Abad, wrote: “May the #DíaDeLaDiversidadCultural serve us to value and respect, today and always, the diverse identities that coexist in our country. Recognizing and taking care of ourselves is the first step so that, together, we can make a better Province and Argentina”, he added.

For the CTA led by Hugo Yasky, “we are a culturally diverse people and that enriches our country. Let us respect diversity and honor the struggle and resistance of the peoples of Latin America”.

Every October 12, the Day of Respect for Cultural Diversity is commemorated in Argentina, this date recalls the expedition made by Christopher Columbus in 1492 to the American Continent and seeks to make visible the original inhabitants of America.

Until 2010, this date was called “Día de la Raza”, but the then president Cristina Fernández de Kirchner decided to modify the name in order to give it a meaning that “truly recognizes the ethnic and cultural diversity of the various native peoples”.

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