How some foreign media saw the Argentine cacerolazo
September 14, 2012
Foreign media comments on the massive march that was organized last night in most major cities in Argentina:
La Segunda of Chile: Cacerolazos and marches against the reelection of the “Lady K”
“For freedom and the defense of our Constitution,” “against insecurity”, “against the re-election”, “for the defense of the institutions” are some of the slogans, which also include allegations and claims by victims of rail tragedy of Once, INDEC statistics, the stocks exchange and new taxes on purchases abroad.
O Globo Brazil: Argentinos against Cristina Kirchner fazem panelaço
“In the capital of Argentina and in other cities like Rosario, Córdoba, Bariloche and Tandil several hundred people are participating in this panelaços Thursday night against the new government of President Cristina Kirchner.”
El Pais of Montevideo-Uruguay: Thousands protested against the re-election of Cristina
Argentina. Several cities joined the caceroleada
Thousands of demonstrators protested by social networks last night in Buenos Aires and other Argentine cities against a ruling intellectual project for re-election, the stocks exchange and insecurity.
The television host, Jorge Rial, meanwhile, fired: “ja! C5N, Cronica, Canal 26 and CN23 don’t show anything of Plaza de Mayo, but the speech of Cristina? Four channels in government service is not a monopoly?”.
BBC: The Argentine retake the pans against government restrictions
‘In recent times a complaint has multiplied over a large number of Argentines. It is listened on the train station, the bus stop, the line at the bank, in the cafe, club, shops and offices: “I’m tired”, repeated many ‘.
ABC of Spain: Thousands of Argentines took to the streets to protest against Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner ‘
‘Among the highlights demonstrators carrying with two words: “Freedom, freedom.” According to those who hold it, the current government has amendrentada governs the population and authoritatively. Another message reads: “We are not afraid.”