Protests against Cristina Kirchner in the countryside
September 13, 2012
Several cities in the country was the scene of massive protests against the administration of Cristina Kirchner, but especially in demand for greater security, a repudiation of the possible re-election of the president and the sources of corruption in her government.
In Bariloche concentration was held at the Civic Center, after 20 hours. One of the protesters carried banners that read: “In defense of our rights, respect democracy. No to diktocracia “. Meanwhile, many demonstrating that disagreed with the Kirchner model.
In Mendoza, at least 15 thousand people gathered at the corner of San Martin and Pedestrian Sarmiento, where the main complaint concerned the re-election of Cristina Kirchner. In addition, some cyan banners: “Stop stealing”, “The government can not handle competition” and “No to Venezuela and Cuba.”
In Rosario, a large crowd came to the Monument of the Flag, which made similar claims. People began arriving at 19 pm, as it was asked through social networks.
In Cordoba there was also a large concentration in the Patio Olmos shopping landmark, located at the junction of San Juan and Velez Sarsfield (in whose front is the Radical House), with at least 20,000 people.
In Posadas, Misiones, more than 2000 people marched from Plaza San Martin to the square on July 9 in front of Government House.
In Salta, concentration was also with a long line of cars that played horn calling on the outskirts of the provincial legislature. Many people with Argentine flags, chanted chants against the government of Cristina Kirchner.
Other places of protest were Mar del Plata, Neuquén, Bahía Blanca, San Miguel de Tucuman and Rio Negro.