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Leaders left their greetings and highlighted the figure of Manuel Belgrano

Leaders left their greetings and highlighted the figure of Manuel Belgrano

Flag Day. Photo: Diego Izquierdo

Governors and leaders of different political spaces published this Monday on social networks their greetings for Flag Day and recognized the figure of the hero Manuel Belgrano, creator of the national insignia.

“The colors that represent us, unite and guide us as a Nation are those that we always carry in our hearts. The same country, the same flag,” he highlighted from Twitter the president of the Chamber of Deputies, Sergio Massa, that accompanied its publication with a spot.

While, the head of the Federal Intelligence Agency (AFI), Agustín Rossiquoted Belgrano: “I’m not looking for glories but the union of the Americans and the prosperity of the Homeland.”

And he called in that line to “renew the commitment to honor the Belgranian legacy, for an Argentina for all”.

The Minister of Science, Daniel Filmus, published a graphic that read “Together with the light blue and white, Argentine science for all”.

The senator from Santa Fe of the Front of All (FdT) Marcelo Lewandowski He expressed from his networks that “the fighting spirit, patriotism and emancipation of Belgrano is still alive in each of us. Happy Flag Day! The most beautiful of all”.

The senator of Together for Change (JxC) Julio Cobos In turn, he stressed that “Law 27,530 of the National Emblem establishes how and where our flag should be. The highly visible presence of our national symbol proclaims that Argentina exercises its sovereignty in a territory where it carries out its public function in all its breadth and integrity.” .

On the governors side, the santafesino Omar Perotti expressed: “We remember Belgrano, leader of the major causes of national history, who was able to understand that in order to build an ideal country, we had to overcome the barriers of the present”.

The president of Salta, Gustavo Sáenz, Meanwhile, he pointed out that “our beloved blue and white flag represents love for our country, it is our greatest symbol of freedom, which unites us and identifies all Argentines. Let’s honor its colors!”

The pampas governor Sergio Ziliotto He stressed that “the flag represents us, symbolizes the country and its inhabitants. On this day, we not only remember its creator, Manuel Belgrano; but we also reaffirm our sovereignty and our essence as a republic. Long live the homeland!”

The mayor of the Buenos Aires city of La Matanza, Fernando Espinoza, affirmed that “on Flag Day we honor the maximum symbol of our country”.

“The flag represents the solidarity, the commitment, the effort of all Argentine men and women. Let’s work for a more just, free and sovereign Homeland,” he emphasized.



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