Leftists celebrated the death of Queen Elizabeth II in the streets and called for the return of the Malvinas.

Leftists celebrated the death of Queen Elizabeth II in the streets and called for the return of the Malvinas.

Leftists celebrated the death of Queen Elizabeth II in the streets and called for the return of the Malvinas.

The militants of Polo Obrero learned of the death during the activation of the picket on 9 de Julio; There were songs that asserted the sovereignty of the islands

The columns of Polo Obrero, today, in downtown Buenos Aires
The columns of Polo Obrero, today, in downtown Buenos Aires

Amid the discomfort caused by the suspension of more than 40,000 Empower Work programs, left-wing social organizations are protesting Ministry of Social Development on the claim $20,000 bonus. During the picket, in the middle of 9 de Julio Avenue, protesters learned of the death of Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom, followed by a chant that indicated war between Argentina and England in the Malvinas Islands.

“Mandarin, mandarin, mandarin, now that the Queen is dead, give back the Falklands,” the protesters chanted. Edward Bellibonhead working pole (PO).

The piqueteros’ protest rejects the adjustments that Alberto Fernández’s government has implemented in social assistance. In addition, they oppose the agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

Unlike the leftists, the government issued a statement through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs “regretting” the death of the 96-year-old queen, who had been on the throne for 70 years.

Source: La Nacion

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