Axel Kitsilof: “It is disgusting to do politics with such an event as it happened”

Axel Kitsilof: “It is disgusting to do politics with such an event as it happened”

Axel Kitsilof: “It is disgusting to do politics with such an event as it happened”

Provincial head of state urges ‘not to destroy others’ and again criticizes hate speech

Kitsilof today in Colon, Buenos Aires province
Kitsilof today in Colon, Buenos Aires province

LA PLATA.- The governor of the province of Buenos Aires said that “no one can pay attention: regardless of their likes and dislikes or their ideological position, what happened in Argentina has crossed the line. Those who try to make political use of such an event as it happened are disgusting. It’s disgusting who doesn’t have the opportunity to sit down and think, to think, to carry out self-criticism,” he said about the assassination attempt against the vice president. Christina Kirchner.

The provincial president discussed “Cruel and shocking“That ‘a sitting vice president was shot in the face in one country,’ in relation to an attack he attempted.” Fernando Sabag Montiel Bersa with a pistol, last Thursday.

From the opening ceremony of the kindergarten, Kitsilof warned: “I see those who want to minimize the attack, ignore it, blame others. Who says they are inventions. buildings. Like the theme of Divided: when lies are truths,” he compared.

Kitsiloff called for Friday's march to the Plaza de Mayo after the assassination attempt.
Kitsiloff called for Friday’s march to the Plaza de Mayo after the assassination attempt.

The governor of Buenos Aires spoke today at Colon’s party, following a meeting yesterday with the Peronist Governors’ League at the Federal Investment Council, where he called for non-violence.

“From the government of the province of Buenos Aires, we say no to violence. physical. Verbal. not hate. Hate should be eliminated from political speeches”, said the head of state of the province. “The desire to destroy the other. Ban the second one. Rejecting others is not where you should go,” he listed.

In turn, the General Director of Culture and Education Alberto Siloni In the same act, he proposed that in each of the 12,000 schools in the province, a legend should be placed with the inscription: “A territory free from barbarians. without hate. The territory of peace”.

Sileon and Kitsilof today in Cologne
Sileon and Kitsilof today in Cologne

Sileon also cited a poll showing that more than 60 percent of the population believed the attack on Christina Kirchner was a setup. “There is no way to make peace in the midst of so much mud,” he believed.

The Friday that passed after the assassination attempt and the president’s declaration of a national holiday Albert Fernandez, The General Director of Culture and Education issued a statement “condemning all manifestations of hatred and violence”.

Schools – this was expressed in a circular published on September 2 of last year – “are scenarios of peace where life, knowledge and respect for differences revolve daily”.

A new circular was sent out yesterday calling for the creation of reflection spaces in schools. Later, the Chambers of Senators and Deputies of the province of Buenos Aires gathered to express “the most vigorous rejection of the assassination attempt against Vice President Cristina Fernandez. Kirchner, against democracy and the institutional order we have built over the last 39 years of our history.”

From the Legislature, both Houses sitting simultaneously, the entire leadership and population were urged to seek all avenues that would lead to social peace.

Source: La Nacion

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