If they take away public education from us there will be riots

If they take away public education from us there will be riots
If they take away public education from us there will be riots

And he added: “Those celebraters of national and provincial adjustment do not care if a boy or girl cannot pay for the bondi card.” And he added: “Those celebraters of national and provincial adjustment do not care if a boy or girl cannot pay for the bondi card.”

In turn, the president of the secondary schools highlighted something: Luis Caputo, Minister of Economy of the Nation, and dozens of officials of this government studied at national universities.

Against this context, he maintained: “Why do they want to steal from us a right that they were able to enjoy? Are only Adorni and Milei’s sister going to have their salaries raised?”.

At the end, the young woman expressed that “we are at a pivotal moment in the history of our country.”

A historic march

Students, teachers, non-teachers, legislators and opposition leaders They participated in the university march in defense of the public university, in the midst of the budgetary difficulties experienced by most universities. The university march began on the UNCuyo campus, with massive participation, and reached Plaza Independencia.

According to UNCuyo organizers, the march began with approximately 15 thousand people and as the minutes passed, more joined in, so they estimated that there were about 20 thousand people.

Finally, the Ministry of Security and Justice confirmed that some 40 thousand people walked the streets of Mendoza. Finally, the Ministry of Security and Justice confirmed that some 40 thousand people walked the streets of Mendoza.

Gabriel Fidel, vice-rector of the National University of Cuyoassured that the march was shocking.

“More than 40, 45 thousand people and about 3 thousand more in San Rafael. It is a strong message from society. Education is important for Argentines, it is a good that must be taken care of for our children and society. We are part of the solutions that Argentina needs,” Fidel said.

And he added: “We need the national government to listen to us, to have dialogue. They wanted to belittle this march, perhaps it was a mistake because they valued it more.” And he added: “We need the national government to listen to us, to have dialogue. They wanted to belittle this march, perhaps it was a mistake because they valued it more.”

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