Camila Vallejo: “We have much to learn from Argentina” in human rights
March 24, 2012
Vice President of the Student Federation of the University of Chile, Camila Vallejo, traveled to Argentina and took part in an act with local professors in memory of the disappeared who performed the same task. She criticized the “impunity” between officials of the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet.
“This 24 we will march together with the Argentine people, for truth, for justice, for life and I think we have much to learn from Argentina,” said the Chilean who headed to one of the largest student mobilization in the history of that country .
“We are very backward, there is much impunity in Chile, unfortunately those who govern us are complicit in torture, dictatorship, repression, violation of basic human rights and fundamental,” he continued Vallejo.
The student leader participated in an event organized by the Union of Education Workers (UTE-CTERA) in memory of teachers who disappeared during the military dictatorship.