A large number of followers waited in the streets the arrival of Vice President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner to the Diego Armando Maradona Municipal Sports Center, in the Villa Corina de Avellaneda neighborhood, with slogans such as “militancy is the way” and “military until the impossible becomes inevitable”, in a festive atmosphere, in which the majority expressed a categorical I support the former president.
“I come to listen to her thoughts and that she take us to that place where we want to go”said a man who waited on Barceló street, a few meters from the sports center, for the arrival of Fernández de Kirchner.
Hundreds of young people with flags from the La Cámpora group surrounded the headquarters and celebrated in the streets, to the rhythm of drums, the arrival of the Vice Presidency, along with militants from other organizations such as Nuevo Encuentro, Barrios de Pie, Unidos y Organizados, and Peronismo Militant.
The vicinity of Camino General Belgrano and Antonio Barceló streets were cut off by an operation carried out by transit personnel from the municipality of Avellaneda
“Let her tell us what she thinks, how is she doing and what the future is going to be like”asked another man, interviewed by the press.
with remeras with the legend “Fuerza Cristina”, “Militancy is the way” and “Military until the impossible becomes inevitable”, people occupied streets and sidewalks before Fernández de Kirchner entered the sports center to lead the opening ceremony, along with mayor Jorge Ferraresi, and deliver a speech.
The last time that Fernández de Kirchner had given a public message was on December 6, after the ruling against him for six years in prison and perpetual disqualification from holding public office in the case known as “Vialidad” was known. sentence that, for the former president, was issued by a “parallel state, a judicial mafia.”
On that occasion, on her social networks, Cristina also announced that she will not be a candidate for any elective office in 2023, because she does not want to subject Peronism to being “mistreated” in an electoral period as a result of that ruling.
The posters erected around the sports center echoed the Vice President’s last message: “Democracy or mafia”, “Enough of Lawfare, Clarín and Uncle Sam: Caputos, cups, sepoys”, it read
The posters erected around the sports center echoed the last message of the Vice President: “Democracy or mafia”, “Enough of Lawfare, Clarín and Uncle Sam: Caputos, cups, sepoys”, it read.
Among the demonstrators it was possible to see the entrance to the stadium of the national deputies Daniel Gollán, Juan Marino and Vanesa Siley; the general secretary of ATE Capital, Daniel Catalano; the mayor of Pilar, Federico Achaval; his partner from Ensenada, Mario Secco; the head of the AFIP, Carlos Castagneto; the director of Inadi, Victoria Donda; the mayor of Quilmes, Mayra Mendoza; and the president of Nuevo Encuentro, Martín Sabbatella, among others.
“I have every expectation of seeing Cristina again at the forefront of the love she deserves from this town. And that there will be a 2023. Hopefully we will have Cristina 2023,” Deputy Eduardo Valdes told this agency.
That same aspiration was raised by the Buenos Aires Minister of Government, Cristina Álvarez Rodríguez: “She is the one who leads our political space and she is the one who generates hope in what is to come.”
The vicinity of Camino General Belgrano and Antonio Barceló streets were cut off by an operation carried out by traffic personnel from the Avellaneda municipality.
To enter the sports facilities, the militants had to have an identification tape placed, pass a control with a metal detector and their belongings were checked by organization personnel.