The Interior Minister, Eduardo de Pedro, assured that “the two people who tore up the posters in the Plaza are wrong and do not represent the spirit of the convocation” yesterday, within the framework of Loyalty Day.
In this way, through a tweet, the official lashed out at the attitude of the people who took photos and stepped on the stones of the memorial for the victims of the coronavirus in Plaza de Mayo, when the mobilization for the 76th anniversary of the Day of the Peronist loyalty.
“The two people who tore off the posters in the Plaza are wrong and do not represent the spirit of today’s convocation (for yesterday). It was a beautiful day, full of love and loyalty; that is why I regret that this fact tarnishes a peaceful meeting of thousands of Argentines, “said the minister last night in a post through his personal account on Twitter.
The events occurred during the demonstration yesterday for Loyalty Day, in Plaza de Mayo, where the Monument to Manuel Belgrano is located, which was recently surrounded by stones in memory of the victims of the coronavirus.
“They are attitudes as reprehensible as that of some opposition leaders who, from an isolated event, promote hatred against a sector of society that today expressed itself democratically. Let us remind Argentines that the pandemic was carried out with respect and without pettiness, “continued his publication De Pedro. (Télam)