The Kirchnerism says that “we also know to the streets and we’re doing”
September 17, 2012
The Secretary of State for Culture, Jorge Coscia, challenged the opposition marches held on September 13 ensuring that may “take the road” with more presence.
During the inauguration of an exhibition in tribute to Nestor Kirchner, in San Juan, Coscia addressed the crowd and said: “Like last week there were people who took to the streets to demand with slogans unclear, we want you to know that we also know to the streets and we’re doing. “
“The street has a historical tradition and very clear policy of belonging to the field of the national and popular (…) Only when the transformer project occupies a street sense,” he added.
Finally, referring to the jumbo said “when the occupied [Street] them, was the September 19, 1955 and we saw what happened to Argentina.”