hebe died. Those two words my wife said to me. Hebe died. And the look was a crush of grief and stupor. Goodbye Hebe. I’ve been forever. What to say? Nothing reaches. Words wrinkle in their modesty to start with something that the soul feels “, the journalist began his program on Monday Victor Hugo Morales.

The journalist began his editorial with a heartfelt tribute to the president of Mothers of Plaza de Mayowho died this Sunday at his 93 years.


“The news goes through. It’s a shock of electricity followed by a blackout in the chest. We appeal to the memories. With that sweetness with which she succumbed to his temper for the fight he chose. That of his children. His children, all of them,” he added.

And he added: “Each one chose the photo with her. The moment of kissing her. I see her giving me the handkerchief. I see her on March 24, pointing out the happy faces of the people. I see myself walking in a march on Thursdays. Hers happily and proudly listening to the song of her daughter Alejandra ”.

“I don’t want to rush to say everything today and now. After all, we will always talk about her. She always drinks. We’ll talk about what she left behind. For what she represents. Because one day there will be no more Mothers of Plaza de Mayo. And they will all be born again. As he was born again, Hebe yesterday”, said Víctor Hugo Morales.

Later, he added: “In the news came the certainty of the legend. Hebe will be a song, a poem, a hope covered with her white handkerchief”.

Finally, from Qatar, Morales lamented: “I knew that one of these years could happen. But just like that it was a disaster. We feel guilty as if we had abandoned her. One so far.”

“I was wondering how to start the week. Whether to launch with the World Cup or, in order not to allow the World Cup to cover everything up, start by talking about current events. And Hebe was dying. He left us. Hebe, woman statue of the struggle of all the women of the world, eternal march towards utopia”, he finished.

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