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Guillermo Francos described Estela de Carlotto’s comments about Javier Milei as “misplaced comments”

The Minister of the Interior, Guillermo Francosdescribed this Monday as “misplaced comments” the sayings of Carlotto’s Stelewho asked that the government of President Javier Milei “change or go fast”.

“Do not use history to tell falsehoods or generate political positions, that is what these symbols are made of. What was the meaning of Mrs. Carlotto’s comment in full swing linked to March 24?” he stated.

The national official maintained that the request of the head of Abuelas is against a president who has just taken office and who found “Argentina destroyed.”

“I don’t think it is the majority opinion of the people, which has been expressed forcefully in recent times and has been expressed,” he added.

The head of Abuelas, after reading the joint document in Plaza de Mayo of human rights organizations, pointed to “the constant provocations” of the President and his vice Victoria Villaruel.

“He’s a strange character. So, I say that, out there… Let’s do something to make him change or make him go away quickly, one of two,” he said.


The president of the Grandmothers of Plaza de Mayo spoke after the event for Remembrance Day in the Plaza de Mayo.

The words of the human rights reference was one of the central speakers of the event, which took place hours after the Government broadcast the video from the official Casa Rosada account on X (former Twitter) called “Memory, Truth and Complete Justice “.

“The video that appeared in different media and channels, presented by Tata Yofre, recounts part of the historical events. I don’t think it has more than that objective: to tell what the truth is and that we do not speak lies regarding the history we have lived. in Argentina,” he said.

Juan Bautista “Tata” Yofre was the main narrator of the spot broadcast by the Executive, within the framework of Remembrance Day and which revived the controversy regarding the figure of the 30,000 missing.

Yofre is the one who carries the plot thread of the almost 13 minutes that the video lasts. “It was done for money,” he says, pointing to one of the apparent objectives of the human rights policy adopted by Néstor Kirchner and which decreed, precisely 20 years ago, that this date be a holiday.

The writer justifies his complaint in that that government had among its members Eduardo Luis Duhalde, one of the historical lawyers of the victims of State terrorism who managed to collect compensation and actively included organizations such as Madres de Plaza de Mayo which, according to the former official , “they collected the tithe” of those millionaire subsidies.

“The Government condemns State terrorism, the President has said it more than once with absolute clarity. Any type of terrorism is condemnable and when it is in the hands of the State it is more condemnable because it adds the force of public power,” the official remarked. .

Francos insisted that the Executive’s objective was to question “the use” made historically of the issue and the number of missing people, hence the inclusion of Labraña, who claims to have “invented” the figure of 30,000.

“Let’s be realistic and speak with the historical truth, so that this is not used for political purposes as has been done in recent years,” he concluded.

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