Chaplain of Misiones denied that there was sedition and defended the protesters – Notes – Radioinforme 3

Chaplain of Misiones denied that there was sedition and defended the protesters – Notes – Radioinforme 3
Chaplain of Misiones denied that there was sedition and defended the protesters – Notes – Radioinforme 3

The conflict between Hugo Passalacqua’s government and the police and prison officers protesting for salary improvements in Misiones remains unresolved.

The government has filed formal complaints against two retired protest leaders, Amarilla and Palavecino, as well as active police officers, accusing them of sedition and public intimidation.

Chaplain Father Marcos Szyszkowski supported the protesters and said that there is no crime of sedition. “I don’t think he fits that figure,” he said.

He also pointed out in dialogue with Chain 3 that the vehicles are not taken and stressed that the protest is “over a salary issue.”

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“The province of Misiones is one of the most precarious in terms of salary at the national level and is the most expensive to live in. Services and others are very expensive. Here a family has to pay 100, 150 thousand pesos for electricity, for example “, he stated. And he added: “Living in Misiones is very expensive and salaries are very low.”

Despite the widespread exhaustion and discontent among protesters due to the government’s lack of response, Szyszkowski does not see a worrying or violent scenario emerging: “The violence is not there, no one is calling for violence or inciting violence.”

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“What we have now is exhaustion, tiredness, impotence in the face of the lack of response, precisely. In other words, silence is sensible on many occasions, but I believe that it is time for silence to no longer say anything. Silence is already a problem, then someone has to come out and say something,” he warned.

The government has decided to propose a 30% increase and begin depositing salaries with that increase. However, protesters consider that this figure is still insufficient. According to Father Szyszkowski, the agents demand a base of 750,000 pesos.

Interview by Miguel Clariá

 
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