The demonstrations in Buenos Aires schools ends tomorrow
Argentina, September 29, 2013
The students of the eleven schools that were taken decided, through a meeting held yesterday, to end the strikes. In addition, they’ve suspended the festival in support of the protests planned for that day, but did not rule out next steps to demonstrate. The information was confirmed by the spokesman of the Student Center of Buenos Aires National College (CENBA), Nicolas Cernadas.
Cernadas said that despite the decision by the Base Student Coordinator, the students will continue the fight and announced the completion of other protests in the days ahead.
For his part, referred to the educational authorities of the Nation and the City, who had said the condition for dialogue was the end of the strikes, arguing that “they still have not called us.”
Note that this morning, the National College of Buenos Aires will analyze the situation of the five students who perpetrated the damage at St. Ignatius of Loyola, which was connected through tunnels with the educational establishment and whose arrangement will require 14 million pesos.
The rector of the establishment, Gustavo Zorzoli, did not rule out those responsible for the vandalism were expelled. Nevertheless, said he did not think that those who participated in the taking should lose student status.