Diego Santilli, ‘I suspect that someone wants this to continue and put in checkmate to 14 million people’
July 18, 2012
Buenos Aires City and some suburbs are on the third day with accumulated garbage in the streets for a protest of cooperative recycling plant that blocked the entry of trucks to the Ceamse landfill.
Minister of Environment and Public Space Diego Santilli said, “I suspect that someone wants this to continue and put in checkmate to 14 million people. At a meeting was scheduled for 6 pm and at 4 pm was canceled sharply.”
And he claimed, “Justice will fund to end the protests at the CEAMSE landfill because the health of 14 million people is in risk.”
He also announced that “the city government made criminal complaints against cooperatives that impede the entry of trucks carrying garbage to the landfill, and I suspect it clear that, behind the protest, someone wants it to continue.”