The President defends’ La Campora ‘and Macri the ’0800′
Argentina, August 25, 2012
About the telephone line that the Government of the City installed to denounce any political activity in schools, President Cristina Kirchner said at an event at Casa Rosada: “The media are upset when dancing, when they are bothered bowling, when militate they because, what bothers some old, are young people.
The group that Kirchner defended, ‘La Campora’, said: “Please, let them live in peace, and do their own historical experience, that they are doing it in a very different country from what we lived with us.”
“Today young people are going to paint schools, prisons because they are the weapons of democracy, participation, no matter what political force they belong” .
“It is wonderful that we have thousands of young painting flags, painting schools, boys working in the territory with the schools.”
Meanwhile, Mauricio Macri stated to Radio 10 states that: “The Eternauta definitely does not fit.” “And there is manipulation, indoctrination.”
“I want these young people to be free, to read the entire library, to be educated in the best way possible, that’s what will give future without relying or subjected to any government. The more educated people will be more free. “
“We need a free society, people do not like to be invaded, using state resources to try to indoctrinate people.”