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Incidents in front of the legislative chamber of Misiones in Argentina

Dozens of protesters surpassed the security fences at the door of the headquarters of the legislative chamber of the province,

Demonstrators from different sectors who have been protesting for a week in the Argentine province of Misiones (northeast of the country) demanding better salaries crossed the police checkpoints that surround the region's House of Representatives in the city of Posadas this Thursday.

As could be seen in several videos published on social networks, dozens of protesters surpassed the security fences at the door of the headquarters of the legislative chamber of the province, bordering Paraguay and Brazil.

After the forcible entry of the protesters, mostly teachers, a large police force was deployed at the door of the building.

Local and national media present at the scene of the incidents reported the use of pepper spray at protesters and journalists.

In the videos released, you can see how the workers of the Misiones House of Representatives observe the situation from inside the building through its windows.

Milei government withholds food

The government of far-right Argentine President Javier Milei is withholding more than 5 million kilos of food destined for soup kitchens that could be lost in the warehouses of the defunct Ministry of Social Development.

The revelation was made by journalist Ari Lijalad, from the El Destape portal, appealing to a request for access to public information, who detailed that since last December, products such as yerba mate, powdered milk, oil, and tomato puree have remained in the aforementioned warehouses. , chickpeas, wheat and corn flour, rice with meat, peas, noodles, rice with vegetables, raisins and egg powder, all of which run the risk of expiration.

After learning of this information, the presidential spokesperson, Manuel Adorni, acknowledged the withholding, arguing that the food would be destined for “trucho (false) eaters,” dismissing the fact that it benefits some 10 million people with very limited resources. .

The aforementioned communicator pointed out that since taking office the current administration has not acquired more food for these institutions, unleashing a judicial persecution that “is complemented by a campaign against social leaders who have supported this system of social containment for years,” who are “ demonized by the corporate media system whose businesses Milei has to guarantee.”

sourceAgencies

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