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Today’s Panchang: What Happened on 28 October | Events in Argentina and the world

Today's Panchang: What Happened on 28 October |  Events in Argentina and the world

In 28 october calendar These events are different from what happened in Argentina and in the world as of today:

1908. Birth of Arturo Frondizi

Arturo Frondizi was born in Paso de los Libres, Corrientes, An extremist of radicalism since his youth, he was one of the 44 deputies of the UCR during the First Peronism and Ricardo Balbin’s running mate in the 1951 elections. After Perón’s fall he led the UCR Intragente, while most of the anti-Peronism radical groups formed in the UCR del Pueblo, led by Balbin. Frondizi negotiated the banned Peronism votes with Peron and was thus elected president in 1958. He promoted an economic policy of opening up to foreign capital, particularly in oil production. Social opposition was met with the Continence Plan (internal commotion of the state), which put those protesting against it in the orbit of military justice. He was overthrown after Peronist’s victory in the province of Buenos Aires in 1962. It was not enough for him to cancel those elections to avoid his downfall. He later founded the Movement for Unity and Development and had a friendly attitude towards state terrorism in his old age. He died in 1995.

1922. March on Rome

Rome marches on, Inspired by their leader Benito Mussolini, fascist militants marched on the Italian capital with the aim of seizing power. King Victor Emmanuel III rejected the implementation of a position of siege to control the situation in the event of an advance of about 40,000 fascists. In the end, the emperor asked Mussolini to form the government. This is the beginning of the fascist dictatorship, which would last until the end of World War II.

1933. Birth of Garrincha

Garrincha, born in Magee, Rio de Janeiro, For many, the greatest winger in the history of football came into the world in the form of Manuel Francisco dos Santos. His nickname comes from the name of a bird. His brothers called him because his antics in the court reminded him of that bird. He had grown poor, was diagnosed with a weak mind and had been a smoker since childhood. He had polio and his right leg was 6 cm longer than his left. He had an operation to correct an abnormality in his legs (he turned them 80 degrees inward) and it didn’t work out. But he reached the team of Botafogo and Brazil first. He played the World Cup in Sweden, but was anointed in Chile at 62 after an injury that postponed Pele. Garrincha led Brazil to the championship twice and was considered the figure of the tournament and the best footballer of that year. He died in poverty on January 20, 1983.

1951. Fangio’s first world title

aboard an Alfa Romeo, Juan Manuel Fangio wins Spanish Formula 1 Grand Prix at the Catalan circuit of Pedralbes, and thus receives The first of his five titles in the highest category of motorsport,

1958. New Pope: John XXIII

The conclave ends with the election of the Pope to elect the successor of Pius XII. Angelo Giuseppe RoncalliChancellor of Venice. The new pontiff is 77 years old and adopts the name of John XXIII, In just five years of his papacy, he would lead to the biggest change of the 20th century in the Catholic Church with the convening of the Second Vatican Council.

1973. Presentation artaud

Luis Alberto Spinetta presents his album artaud In a concert that begins at the Astral Theater at 11 a.m. that Sunday, For an hour and a quarter, the 23-year-old musician plays songs from a solo album that, due to contractual issues, appears to be signed by Pescado Rabioso, a band that has just disbanded. artaud It is considered to be the pinnacle of the Argentine rock.

1982. Socialist victory in Spain

PSOE’s landslide victory in Spain, The party led by Felipe González gets 202 out of 350 seats in parliament. It would rule with an absolute majority and remain in Moncloa until 1996. This is the first leftist government since the Civil War. The victory of socialism marks the end of the transition to democracy that began after the death of Franco in 1975.

1983. The Drawer of Herminio Iglesias

Two days after the shockingly radical act, Peronism kicks off its operation on 9 de Julio Avenue. The call is similar when there is less than 48 hours before the election. This act will remain in collective memory thanks to the gesture of Herminio Iglesias.Candidates for Governor of Buenos Aires: set fire to the coffin with the colors of fanaticism,

1999. Death of Rafael Alberti

Rafael Alberti dies at the age of 96 In his hometown, El Puerto de Santa María in Cadiz. He was born in December 1902. He was one of the greatest exponents of the ’27 generation, along with Federico García Lorca and other poets. His communist extremism got him exiled. He lived in Argentina and was able to return in 1977. In 1983 he received the Cervantes Award. stand out in their production sailor on land, about the angels, plumaro, open all the time You whipped lightamong other books.

2007. Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner wins the presidential election

in Argentina, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner becomes first woman elected president, The Front for Victory candidate won the first round with 45 percent of the vote, compared to 23 for Alyssa Carrio and 16 for Roberto Lavagna. Nestor Kirchner’s wife would replace her husband on 10 December of that year, with radical Julio Cobos as vice president.

In addition, it celebrates world judo day, it’s also world animation dayIn memory of the first launch, in 1892, in Paris, which are cartoons today.

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