Incidents between Gendarmerie and ATE unionists in Córdoba

Incidents between Gendarmerie and ATE unionists in Córdoba
Incidents between Gendarmerie and ATE unionists in Córdoba

The State Workers Association (ATE) began with protests at the entrance to the International Airport of the city of Córdoba awaiting the arrival of the president Javier Mileiwho will lead the events in that province and who is declared “persona non grata.”

In that framework, National Gendarmerie The anti-picketing protocol was applied and incidents were recorded while trying to clear the route.

“On this May 25th we have nothing to celebrate. It is the Day of the Homeland, but of a homeland that they are selling, that they are raffling off to the highest bidder. That political and economic independence of our country for which the May revolutionaries fought, today is in danger, it is at risk,” complained Rodolfo Aguiar, general secretary of the union, who is leading the protests.

“We came to Córdoba to declare the president persona non grata. He is not welcome in this or any other province because with his policies he is destroying them all. What happens in Misiones is a preview of what is going to start happening throughout the country. Furthermore, it is an example for governors. There is no point in kneeling before the central government,” added the state leader from the entrance of the Ingeniero Aeronáutico Ambrosio Taravella International Airport, where the deputy secretary of ATE, Mercedes Cabezas, is also present.

Protests are also being held at different points on Provincial Route E53, which leads to Plaza San Martín where the official ceremony will take place. “The Government has to know that with the state it will not be able to. Today, on the routes, we repudiate the closure of public organizations, the privatization of state companies and we demand the immediate reinstatement of all dismissed workers,” said Aguiar.


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