Several demonstrations complicate traffic in Buenos Aires City
Several protests complicate the transit through the city of Buenos Aires. Human rights organizations protested in May Square to denounce Martinez de Hoz and Escobar exit of the Pan-American Highway was blocked by a protest of line 60 bus drivers.
For its part, the Union of Education Workers of Buenos Aires (UTE) protests against the appointment of Abel Posse as Minister of Education by Buenos Aires City mayor Macri.
The line 60 bus drivers blocked the entrances to the city of Escobar, calling for safety after the attack suffered by a colleague, who got a finger cut off by robbers.
For their part, neighbors of Villa Lugano claimed social aid plans at the door of the Head of the City Government, located in De Mayo Avenue and Bolivar Street.
Meanwhile, human rights organizations, the Mothers of Plaza de Mayo and “people’s assemblies” marched along De Mayo Avenue to reach May Square to protest against former finance minister during the last military dictatorship, Jose Alfredo Martinez de Hoz.