Friday , April 23 2021

G20: Government has activated round of negotiations by zone for protests against the summit

The protests in Hamburg (Germany) the immediate antecedent of the marches against the summit of the G20.

The protests in Hamburg (Germany) the immediate antecedent of the marches against the summit of the G20.

Within a week of the G20 leaders' summit, the Government has begun a negotiation with leaders of social, trade union, political and human rights to agree on the area in which the main march will take place against the event.

In this context, the government warned organizations They can not reach the Obelisk, as they had originally shuffled. It turns out that the possible routes where the organizations intended to march are within the zones of "restriction and closing" that were configured for the accomplishment of the event.

The chief of staff of the Ministry of Security, Gerardo Milman, led the meeting at the headquarters of the Peace and Justice Service (Serpaj), with the head of the agency, Adolfo Pérez Esquivel; the member of the Mothers Line of Plaza de Mayo-Founder Nora Cortiñas; and the general secretary of ATE, Hugo "Cachorro" Godoy, among others.

For the time being, the official was left to respond on Tuesday if the ban on Independence could be enforced in Rivadavia, so a mobilization could be made through the Avenida de Mayo, between its intersection with Julio de Julio and Congress.

"The organizations want us to ensure all security and there is no provocation so that the 29th Tent Peoples Summit can be held in Congress and the 30th March and focus," Godoy said, explaining that "in principle" they said that there were no problems to camp on Thursday.

The union official explained that the chief of staff of Patricia Bullrich was also concerned about the intimidation that exists in the country, the repression in the Legislative on Thursday and the occupation in La Matanza where the murder of a land occupant. "

Representatives of the two CTAs, the Clasista and Combativa Current (CCC), the Partido Obrero, the Socialist Movement of Workers (MST) and the Socialist Workers' Party (PTS), all members of Confluencia, also participated in the meeting. Outside G20.

It was the first meeting between the government and the organizations that should speak out against the G20 on Friday, after Minister Bullrich announced last week that he would start talks to reach a consensus on the protests.

"We will not allow violent actions and those who want to cross the line will have to face the criminal consequences of these actions," warned Bullrich on Tuesday when he announced the restriction zones in the city.

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