The Grandmothers of Plaza de Mayo organization announced this Wednesday the restitution of the identity of grandson number 132 and will hold a press conference this afternoon to give more details.
“We summon the media and journalists to a new press conference to announce another restitution of identity, the 132. The conference will be held at 4:00 p.m. at the Casa por la Identidad, in the Memory and Human Rights Space, Avenida del Libertador 8151 , CABA, to publicize details of this story,” they indicated through their social networks.
📢 We call a conference to announce the resolution of case 132.
📌 Today at 16 pm. We will give details of the meeting, at Casa por la Identidad, @space_memoria
(Av. Libertador 8151), to the press we suggest entering through Av. Comodoro Rivadavia.
– Grandmothers Plaza Mayo (@abuelasdifusion) December 28, 2022
They also stated that “2022 thus ends with the resolution of a new case that renews hopes for this path of truth, memory, justice and identity” and they pointed out that: “We hope that 2023 will welcome us with many more meetings.”
the grandson 131
Grandmothers of Plaza de Mayo had announced last Thursday the restitution of the identity of grandson 131 and on that occasion, the head of the organization, Estela de Carlotto, maintained that the fact “gives us hope of finding those who are missing.”
There, he maintained that grandson number 131 is the son of the PTR-ERP militants from Mendoza, Lucía Nadin and Aldo Quevedo, who were kidnapped in 1977 and taken to the “Club Atlético” Clandestine Detention Center in the city of Buenos Aires.
In a press conference, Carlotto specified that Nadin was two or three months pregnant when she was kidnapped in 1977 and that there are suspicions that the birth could have occurred at the Navy Mechanical School (ESMA).
He also commented on that occasion that Nadin and Quevedo were from Mendoza, that they met at the Faculty of Philosophy and Letters of the University of Cuyo, and that they were members of the PTR-ERP.