The increase in tariffs for services and public transport, announced on Thursday by the national government, had little impact on the streets. After calling social networks, small groups of people They gathered on Friday night at various points in the city of Buenos Aires to protest against the uprisings.
Under the hashtags #BastaDeTarifazo, #Cacerolazo and #BastaMacri on Twitter, they called to mobilize at 8 pm tonight. But more than an hour later, only photos and videos that showed several protesters.
The point of greatest concentration was the intersection of Akoyt and Rivadavia avenues in the area of Buenos Aires. seahorse, There you can see posters with slogans like “Enough fixture” or “Services are right”.
Other meeting places were Corrientes and Medrano (Almagro), Caseren and La Rioja (Parque Patricios), San Juan and Boedo (Boedo), Alberdi and Murgundo (Slaughterhouse), Pueyrredon Square (Flores), Chacabuco Park, Park Hour, Villa Crespo Saavedra and Villa Urkisa.
at BelgranoMeanwhile, a Brazilian woman filed a note stating that she is the only one protesting in one of the corners.
Woman alone in Belgrano.
About 20 people were also called in front of the official residence of Olivos, despite the fact that President Mauricio Macri was traveling around the Villa La Angostura, Neuquen.