Milei withdrew from the Casa Rosada before the massive university march

Javier Milei left the Casa Rosada on Tuesday, before hundreds of people arrived mobilized at Plaza de Mayo, one of the points in the country where the march in defense of the national universities was held. The president left Balcarce 50 – where he had gone in the morning as he does every Tuesday, for his Cabinet meeting – around 2:15 p.m., according to the agency Argentinian News (NA), to avoid the massive columns of students, professors, graduates, various professionals, and adherents, who moved there in rejection of the budget cuts in the universities. Despite his departure from the presidential building, Milei was active on social media, where he retweeted a large number of messages against the demonstration. “This is how Plaza de Mayo is preparing for the march: logos of the CGT, and the symbol of the communist hammer and sickle. Ah, but the march is not political, eh,” was one of the messages shared by the head of state, with the purpose of disqualifying the protest and framing it in terms of “indoctrination” and “politicization.” President Milei’s stance on social media | Source: X, ex Twitter.Among the publications echoed are the comments of the Buenos Aires legislator of La Libertad Avanza (LLA) Ramiro Marra and the Minister of Security Patricia Bullrich.   “The political caste hijacked education. CGT, Kirchnerism, Communist Party: the worst of politics using public education to attack the government. Those who don’t see it don’t want to. Let’s defend public education, but we’re going to eliminate political work,” said the former. While the official said: “Today we are going to take care of the students Sergio Massa, Axel Kicillof, Hugo Yasky and Pablo Moyano.”  From we dedicate a special information that develops some of the most important achievements of the country, which were carried out in national universities:

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