Thousands marched against Javier Milei in Argentina

Thousands marched against Javier Milei, president of Argentina, a mobilization that was led by the opposition in this country.

In a busy afternoon in several cities, thousands marched against Javier Milei, whose main reason was the demand for more budget for operating expenses and teachers’ salaries.

Thousands marched against Javier Milei in Córdoba, La Plata and Mar del Plata, among other places, all over the country.

But the main reason for the thousands who marched against Javier Milei is based on the budget cut against the education sector.

After 6.30 p.m. local time, after the presentation of leaders of teaching unions, the president of the Argentine University Federation (FUA), Piera Fernandez De Piccoli, read the document signed by all the directors of the national universities.

“The Argentine public university is going through a critical period as a consequence of the policy implemented by the national government”, stated the text read by the student leader in front of the crowd in Plaza de Mayo.

She also commented that they called on citizens to support open public universities.

Thousands marched against Javier Milei in Argentina

Cordoba, La Plata and Mar del Plata, the most renowned cities for their universities, in addition to Buenos Aires, were the protagonists this Tuesday for the massive mobilizations that took place in defense of public education.

Due to the proximity, activists and referents from La Plata went to the city of Buenos Aires to join the mobilization that started the protest at 14.30 from Plaza Houssay, with a first stop at the National Congress, and ended at Plaza de Mayo.


Thousands marched against Javier Milei and the photos from Constitución station were full of young people and leaders who arrived during midday today.

In addition, the educational entities of the capital city of Buenos Aires announced the justified absence for those students who took part in the protest.

The measure also covered teaching and non-teaching personnel.

In Córdoba, another of the cities that joined the march, it is estimated that the participation reached around 70 thousand people.

The column crossed a good part of the center of the city, from the Monument to the University Reform of 19 to the Patio Olmos.

At the end of the march, the text agreed by the university system integrated by the National Interuniversity Council (CIN), the National Universities Union Front and the Argentine University Federation (FUA) was read.

The president of the University Federation of Córdoba (FUC), Aylén Orellana, stated that, in addition to the “budget cut in universities, there is an adjustment to which young people are no strangers”.

Thousands marched against Javier Milei, also in Mar de Plata, where many young people flooded the streets.

In Mar del Plata, in addition, a crowd marched from the Dean Funes and Rodríguez Peña complex towards downtown and gave shape to a historic call that extended for more than 15 blocks.

In Mendoza, the march departed from the traffic circle at the entrance to the university center at 4:00 p.m., heading to Independencia square, where it is scheduled to arrive around 6:00 p.m.

Meanwhile, in San Luis, about 30 thousand people demonstrated in the streets of the center of the provincial capital, occupying almost fourteen blocks.

In Rosario, some union organizations gathered at 11 o’clock in Dorrego and Moreno, where some claims were made in front of the Santa Fe Government headquarters.

In the afternoon, the call is from 4:00 p.m., to start marching towards the Monumento a la Bandera after 5:00 p.m.

In Tucumán there will be a symbolic embrace to the Rectorate of the National University of Tucumán (UNT).

In Neuquén and Río Negro the activity is scheduled for the whole day, with marches and public acts.

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