Grandmothers of Plaza de Mayo recover the grandson 107
Buenos Aires, October 9, 2012
The Grandmothers of Plaza de Mayo recovered the grandson 107, in their tireless struggle to find the identity of stolen babies in the last military dictatorship.
This time is a young woman whose identity will be revealed this afternoon, when Estela de Carlotto, president of Grandmothers, to give a press conference at the headquarters located in Viceroy Ceballos St.
In addition, the association will hold its 35-year struggle, on October 22, declared National Day of Right to Identity.
The latter grandson recovered had been Pablo Javier Gaona Miranda, son of Ricardo Paiva Gaona-Paraguay-born and Maria Rosa Miranda.