The day after the approval, Patricia Bullrich continued her strong line of condemnation of the social protest. “We will file a criminal complaint and We demand the identification of all those who set fire to public property throwing stones, destroying everything as they pass and attacking police officers,” said the head of the Security portfolio through his official account on the X platform (formerly Twitter).
The political week, for the Government and the opposition, is marked by what is happening inside and outside the Congress: the debate on the law and, equally, violent events in the demonstrations against the “Base” project.
Patricia Bullrich took aim at protesters after the omnibus law was approved.
Patricia Bullrich celebrates the actions of the Federal Forces
“I congratulate the professionalism of the Federal Forces. Organizations must pay for the damages caused and the operating costs. “Whoever makes them, pays for them,” added Bullrich this Friday night, when the Deputies’ vote was over.
she Minister of Security in Buenos Aires, Waldo Wolffwho with Bullrich held a meeting during the day of the protests to achieve coordinated work between CABA-Nación, also expressed his willingness to recognize the protesters:
“Each of the prisoners in the Congress area is now at the disposal of Justice. In addition, by the clear instruction of the Head of Government @JorgeMacri We will initiate the corresponding criminal actions. “All the City’s surveillance and technology tools are at the disposal of Justice to identify and prosecute these criminals.”
Another day of police violence against protesters: two arrested
This Friday, for the third day in a row, the vicinity of Congress was the scene of the deployment of security forces against protesters who opposed the punishment of omnibus law sponsored by the Government. Arrested by the police to the protestersone of them was injured.
Security forces troops charged against protesters -cwith tear gas, pepper spray, batons and rubber bullets- and forced them to withdraw from the streets adjacent to Parliament, in their efforts to enforce the anti-picket protocol which prohibits the disruption of traffic during protests.
Activists, usually from leftist groups, trade union organizations or social movements, have many meetings with members of Gendarmerie, the Argentine Federal Police (PFA) and the Airport Security Police (PSA) who participated in the operation.