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March to Lago Escondido: social and political organizations provide details

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Social, political and union organizations will hold a press conference to give details of a new march to Lago Escondido which, as in other years, will take place between January and February to denounce that the place is a “British enclave” and functions as “the cave of a mafia power”.

The organizations, grouped in the Interactive Foundation to Promote the Culture of Water (Fipca), will offer the press conference at 12 at the Buenos Aires Graphic Federation building located at 631 Paseo Colón avenue, in the city of Buenos Aires.

As they announced in a statement, the new march -which will be the seventh to the place- will take place between January 26 and February 14 of next year, and will be organized in different columns that will congregate in the place.

In the text, they argued that Lago Escondido represents a “British enclave” that is “the cave of a mafia power, a parallel state linked to economic, judicial and media power.”

“We want the ruling of the Superior Court of Justice of the Province of Río Negro and of the Appeals Chamber of Bariloche to be fulfilled, which requires enabling the Camino del Paraje Tacuifí due to its nature of public access,” they added.

Photo courtesy Miguel Sebastian
Photo: courtesy Miguel Sebastián

Among the signatory organizations of the communiqué are La Cámpora, the Federation of Buenos Aires Graphics (FGB), the Autonomous CTA, the Workers’ CTA, the October Movement, the Coordinating Table for the Defense of National Sovereignty of the Paraná River and the Magdalena Canal , Sutap, National Cause, GPS (Group for Sovereignty), the Bolívar Group, the Federal Workers’ Current, the Northern Regional CGT and the Option for the Poor Priests Group.

Likewise, among the reasons for the march, they explained that they seek to “arrest and try the participants of the judicial mafia and the Clarín group who participated in the meeting in Lago Escondido last October.”

On the other hand, the reference of the Movement of Excluded Workers (MTE), Juan Grabois, traveled this Monday to Bariloche and is traveling the short path to Lago Escondido to “enforce the ruling of the Superior Court of Justice” of Río Negro. .

The social leader also demands that the National State “promote a harmful action for the illegal purchase of the year 1996 to recover this portion of national territory.” According to him, he said, they will arrive during the day and they plan to spend the day there where they will raise the Argentine national flag to make the claim visible.

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