With a video that her social media accounts shared at exactly 0:00 on April 2, the vice president Cristina Kirchner led the political repercussions alluding to the 41st anniversary of the Argentine landing in the Malvinas, which would give way to the war with the United Kingdom and the final saga of the bloody military dictatorship. On a short video that mixes images of protagonists of those days, CFK added “to the fallen and former Malvinas combatants, with pride, respect and honor”. He added the hashtag to that post #SonArgentinas.
President Alberto FernandezMeanwhile, shortly before 10 in the morning, he also broadcast a message about the islands, stating “we are Argentina, the people of Malvinas” and in his case the chosen hashtag was #MalvinasNosUne.
For his part, making use of a similar audiovisual piece, the Chief of Staff, Agustín Rossicommemorated 41 years since the end of the war by publishing a fragment of his presentation in the Chamber of Deputies, where he proposed to claim sovereign rights over the islands in international forums.
“We remember and pay tribute to the fallen, veterans and veterans, who fought with honor and patriotism in the Malvinas War. At 41 years, we continue to claim our sovereign rights. The Falklands are Argentine. #MalvinasNosUne,” she said.
In turn, the Minister of Economy, Sergio Massaalso shared a message in commemoration of April 2 and published: “LAS MALVINAS ARE ARGENTINAS. As every year, with the conviction and firmness of knowing that they are ourwe continue to claim sovereignty through the path of diplomacy and peace, in honor of all the heroes of Malvinas”.
“On this day I want to express my gratitude to the heroes who fought in the Malvinas, to those who gave up their lives, to their families, to the survivors who bore the consequences of the war,” said the president of the PRO, for her part. Patricia Bullrichand closed: “To all of them my eternal gratitude”.
In this same line of messages of respect and commemoration, the head of the radical bloc in Deputies, Mario Negrishared a video where you can see the monument to the fallen during the war, with all the names of the deceased soldiers. “The Malvinas are and always will be Argentine”he emphasized.
Likewise, the Liberal deputy José Luis Espert He sent a more “controversial” message and posted a video where he stated: “Undoubtedly the Malvinas are Argentine. But it’s been over 180 years since the UK usurped them. and, despite the enormous courage of our ex-combatants, 40 years ago we lost the war”.
“The realistic way to recover them is to make the fundamental changes that will, one day, bring Argentina to the living standards of the United Kingdom.so that the claim of sovereignty is inexcusable”, he expanded and explained that “it would make it much easier for us to recover them if we carry out a deep structural reform that makes us as rich as the English”.
Finally, the deputy from the left Myriam Bregman He recalled the date with an anecdote from his youth and recounted that he grew up in a town with a square called “Pedro Eugenio Aramburu”, in the name of the former dictatorial president, and that later, at the initiative of the neighbors, was renamed “Roberto Aldo Bordoy”. , in honor of a 19-year-old veteran. “Neither forget nor forgive. English out of #Malvinas”he claimed.
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