Cristina: “Some people think that building walls or destroying things will destroy the history that the pople has built”
May 7, 2012
The president, Cristina Kirchner, opened the “Eva Peron” Hall of the Casa Rosada and criticized the demolition of the housing of social leader and Juan Domingo Peron at the hands of the coup of 1955. She referred also to the spot on the Falklands and the Olympics.
“Very good afternoon to all. With us today is a very diverse, very plural audience, like Argentina. Mothers, grandmothers, actresses, actors, social movement leaders, citizens and Angela Gravier. That lady is the one that brought us Evita’s beret, which is displayed here. It arrived a few days in a box, I thought it was true and Angela’s father was working with Eva and Eve was the one who gave him that as a token of affection, that beautiful beret. “
“We always remember her for the day he died, and I think we have to remember her on the day of her birth. This show has, on the eve of what was his office with the original home was in the mansion where he is now the National Library, which was demolished after the coup of 55 ‘. That nonsense is not it? That is silly people, bah, some. They think that building walls or destroying things will destroy the history that the pople has built. “
Finally, the president referred to the British critical to spot for the Olympics recorded in the Falkland Islands. “Aggravating is acopiarse of resources, aggravating is not respecting the UN and offensive is not remembering the dead, which is sending more to die. The exercise of colonialism in the XXI Century, violations to the UN, the provocations of the warships, still grab our oil, our fish, that’s an insult. We will be always ready for dialogue, provided for the enforcement of United Nations resolution because we believe in multilateralism.