There will be four Loyalty Day events: the President will not be at any

The celebration of Loyalty Day will expose the division that crosses the Frente de Todos, which convened, through its different internal branches, at least four acts in the Metropolitan Area of Buenos Aires (AMBA). The President? It won’t be in any of them. It is not to divide, explained close to Alberto Fernández, in line with the message of unity that he reinstalled during the assumption of the three new ministers that make up the national cabinet. Far from any event, the president will inaugurate this morning the completion of the Ezeiza – Cañuelas highway from that Buenos Aires municipality with Governor Axel Kicillof and the Minister of Public Works, Gabriel Katopodis.La Cámpora, the sector that is referenced in Vice President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, and directed by Deputy Máximo Kirchner, called to march from Diagonal Norte and July 9 to Plaza de Mayo at 4 p.m. Under the slogan “National Unity for Sovereignty with Social Justice”, the group calls for the mobilization to which the head of Teamsters, Pablo Moyano, will fold. Not minor fact. He is one of the triumvirs of the General Confederation of Labour (CGT). In the labor federation, annoyed with the government for the appointment without consultation of the Minister of Labor, Raquel “Kelly” Olmos, they prepare an act at the Obras Sanitarios Stadium. This is the call in charge of the rest of the triumvirs, Héctor Daer, the most related to Alberto Fernández, Carlos Acuña, and the so-called “fat” of the central. The idea is that, in a closed space, with militancy, a union political table emerges for 2023 that can draw lines of common action that find place within the Frente de Todos.Official social movements will hold an Open Cabildo of popular militancy in the Buenos Aires party of La Matanza. The activity, scheduled for 3 p.m., is promoted by the Evita Movement, Somos Barrios de Pie, the Class and Combative Current and other organizations. And although they are close to the president, criticism began to accentuate in recent days. “We are in discount time” and “we are part of a government that tolerated that in the last quarter indigence increased while we gave enormous profitability to sectors that extorted us,” in reference to the “soybean dollar,” Daniel Menéndez, of Barrios de Pie and official of the Ministry of Social Development, said in his latest statements. Emilio Pérsico, of the Evita Movement, also complained about poverty and inflation, after INDEC released the September index. On the other hand, the 62 Peronist Organizations, traditional political arm of unionism led by the head of the National Federation of Taxi Drivers, José Ibarra, announced that they will carry out their own act on Monday at 6 p.m. at the Athens Stadium, in the city of La Plata.

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