A message from President Alberto Fernndez and the holding of decentralized events is scheduled for October 17.
The chief of staff, Juan Manzur, reported this Tuesday that there will be no mobilization next October 17 and said that the Government will join the demonstration that the CGT organized for the following day on the occasion of the Peronist Loyalty Day.
“There will be no mobilization on the 17th, which was not planned to be the case; there will be different events throughout Argentina “said Manzur, who pointed out that that day, President Alberto Fernández will offer a greeting in commemoration of the 76th anniversary of the Peronist Loyalty Day with a message through the media..
“The date is very felt in our space, Peronism; it also coincides with Mother’s Day and all Argentine families are going to celebrate that date””
“The date is very felt in our space, Peronism; it also coincides with Mother’s Day and all Argentine families are going to celebrate that date,” said Manzur.
In addition, he anticipated that the General Confederation of Labor (CGT) “He has organized a mobilization for the 18th, to which the Government is obviously going to join”.
The official spoke with journalists at the IMOS club, where together with the Minister of Tourism and Sports, Matas Lammens, he handed out cards of the “Clubs en Obra” program to sports entities of the City of Buenos Aires, so that each institution can buy materials and carry out infrastructure works that will benefit 3,000 associations throughout the country, with an investment of more than 3,200 million pesos.
Along the same lines, references from the Evita Movement referred to Sunday’s actions, limited to “territorial activities called by mayors”.
Meanwhile, the CGT had decided on August 24 to modify the date of the mobilization for the Loyalty Day of October 17 -because it was Sunday and because it was celebrated on that day on Mother’s Day- for the following day.
The rally is scheduled to take place at the Monument to Labor, located on Paseo Coln and Independencia avenues, in the San Telmo neighborhood of Buenos Aires, union spokesmen indicated.
In this way, the workers will mobilize on Monday towards the Monument to Work to, at that point, hold an act in which, the sources detailed, “There will be no speakers and a political document will be read”.