Ciudad de Buenos Aires

Different social movements confronted with the national government carried out this Thursday cuts in the main accesses to the Buenos aires city and blockades across the country. This scenario will complicate the traffic situation in the metropolitan area and its surroundings, so it is recommended that motorists leave their homes early. In detail, what are the points affected by the social protests.

As reported NA, starting at 9:00, these groups are expected to carry out blockades and claims both in seven of the main arteries of entry to the Federal Capitall: the Buenos Aires-La Plata highway, the Pueyrredón Bridge, the La Noria Bridge, the Dellepiane Highway, the West Access, the Saavedra Bridge, General Paz Avenue and Route 3.

In addition, in the province of Buenos Aires there are also blockades on Route 88, in Mar del Plata, on Avenida 59, in Necochea; in front of the municipality of Pergamino; in Olavarría on Avenida Rivadavia, in front of the municipality; in Tandil, in front of the Department of Human Development and Habitat, among other points. There will also be mobilizations and cuts in the provinces of Corrientes, Entre Ríos, Río Negro, Santa Cruz, Formosa, Mendoza, Tucumán, Córdoba, Tierra del Fuego, Salta, Santiago del Estero, Chaco, Jujuy, Misiones and Neuquén.

According to the organizers, the force measure will be carried out simultaneously throughout the country. “From La Quiaca to Tierra del Fuego” in criticism of the management of Alberto Fernández and said that they were not received by the Minister of Social Development of the Nation, Juan Zabaleta. As they specified, they ask that one million genuine jobs be generated, the normalization of the delivery of food to popular soup kitchens, the universalization of social programs and a salary increase in social plans.

In addition, this will be the first picket court organized on routes and avenues under national jurisdiction since Aníbal Fernández took over the Ministry of Security. Fernández questions the total cuts and already on September 24, former railway workers tried to cut the Roca Line tracks at the Kosteki and Santillán station, former Avellaneda and the Federal Police prevented it.

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