Argentina: Mothers of Plaza de Mayo hold anti-G20 march in Buenos Aires

The Mothers of Plaza de Mayo were joined by dozens of anti-G20 activists as they held a protest in Buenos Aires on Thursday, ahead of the summit's start on Friday. The protesters marched to Plaza de Mayo, holding banners, blowing whistles and chanting against the G20. Once at the Plaza de Mayo, speakers took turns to address the attendees, including Hede De Bonafini, President of the Mothers of... Еще Plaza de Mayo. «These guys don't come for us, they come for themselves. They come to take something away, who knows what. We can never think that the richest people of the world, who suppress us and still do, are coming to help us out,» said De Bonafini. De Bonafini also demanded that «these sons of bitches» leave the people alone. Mothers of Plaza de Mayo is an association of mothers whose children vanished during the reign of the military dictatorship between 1976 and 1983. The G20 Summit is being held in Buenos Aires and will run from Friday, November 30 until Saturday, December 1.

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