Cristina: “Young people have the right to talk about politics in schools”
Buenos Aires, August 30, 2012
President Cristina Kirchner defended the policy interest of young people in schools stating that “youth have the right to talk about politics in schools.”
The remarks were made at the opening of four sections of National Route 14 in Concordia, Entre Rios province.
Also, the president criticized the government of the Buenos Aires City, on its decision to enable a 0-800 line to denounce political acts in schools.
“These practices are similar to Stalin regime, spying, listening to the agent and encouraged the complaint against another,” she said. “It’s funny they say are liberal but have totalitarian practices,” she added.
Cristina also said that “we have learned to govern with the people without the support of some media corporations.”
Also “the dictatorship had installed that fighting for ideas, to have convictions, and want a different country was dangerous and could cost you your life, and the brave were doing wrong, which is why when he came and said he would change things and not let the convictions, they could not forgive him,” the president said.