To Aníbal Fernández, the cacerolazo “was made by professionals”
Buenos Aires, September 17, 2012
Sen. Anibal Fernandez said about the last Thursday cacerolazos (protests) against the government of Cristina Kirchner that were made by professionals, adding to the diverse voices of Kirchnerism that disqualified the protest.
“Some people did it with the intention of planting a claim to the government, but others came because of a process designed by professionals,” Fernandez said in televised statements, as reported M24Digital.
“There were hundreds of thousands of false identities, we saw who know a bit of social networking. Facebook and Twitter were in the service of the demonstration,” said the senator.
“They launched a mass attack messages to be operated in such a way,” he said.
In addition, the senator perceived hate messages in the demonstration. “I’ve seen posts ranging from death wish against the President to insults”.
Also the official view that the slogans were not clear and therefore discarded as a counter response from government. “Answer What? What claims? The claims were not known. There are not slogans with criteria,” he said.