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Why the flags of the 30,000 are ours too. Let's fill the streets on March 24th!

category argentina / uruguay / paraguay | crime prison and punishment | anarchist communist event author Wednesday March 20, 2013 18:10author by Frente de Estudiantes Libertarios de Argentina - FEL Report this post to the editors

These people are taking to the streets to make themselves heard, to let those who pull the strings of this society know that we are alive, that our rights as workers and students will not be passed over. [Castellano]

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Why the flags of the 30,000 are ours too. Let's fill the streets on March 24th!


On 24 March it will be 37 years since the last and bloodiest of the civil-military dictatorships that our country has suffered.

On the same date there will be a mobilization from the Congress to the Plaza de Mayo, not only to commemorate our fallen ones and the desaparecidos, it is a date on which all of us will seek to raise up all those demands that they, the 30,000 desaparecidos, raised up until the last day they were seen alive. The flags they raised so proudly, one way or another, are ours. They are ours because both they and we are part of the same people, the same working people who have struggled, who struggle and who will go on struggling for a just society, for a dignified and sovereign people.

These people are taking to the streets to make themselves heard, to let those who pull the strings of this society know that we are alive, that our rights as workers and students will not be passed over.

That's why this 24th March, we call on everyone to join the mobilization that will take place at 3pm at the Congress, and which will leave for the Plaza de Mayo, that plaza that is ours, that was, is and will continue to be the scene of our struggle.

Frente de Estudiantes Libertarios

Translation by FdCA - International Relations Office.

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