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Argentina: Protesters demand ‘corrupt’ Macri’s resignation over Panama Papers
8 April 2016
Protesters marched on the Argentinian presidential residence of Casa Rosada in Buenos Aires, Thursday, demanding the resignation of recently elected president Mauricio Macri over his involvement in the Panama Papers scandal.
From daily The Morning Star in Britain:
Anti-cuts demonstrations in Argentina rock Mauricio Macri’s government
Saturday 30th April 2016
WORKERS took to the streets in Argentina yesterday in protest marches against right-wing President Mauricio Macri’s campaign of job cuts.
The main demonstration took place in front of the Monument to Labour sculpture in the capital Buenos Aires, where up to 200,000 people were expected. Protests also took place in other provinces.
The protests were called by by the five main trade union federations in a remarkable show of unity.
Political parties, social movements and non-governmental organisations were also represented on the marches.
They have united not only to oppose job cuts but also against mounting poverty, soaring public utility bills, rampant inflation and the government’s neoliberal austerity policies.
In his first four months in power, Mr Macri has overseen the sackings of 127,000 public and private-sector workers, despite an election campaign promise to create more jobs.
His assault on the public sector has been ideologically driven, with the president claiming that civil servants are agents of “Kirchnerismo,” the social-democratic policies of 12 years of Justicialist Party government, first under the late Nestor Kirchner and then his wife Cristina Fernandez.
Unions have threatened a general strike if Mr Macri carries out his vow to veto a Bill recently passed by the National Congress placing a moratorium on both public and private-sector redundancies until December next year, a full two years into his term of office.
The provisions of the legislation, drafted by the opposition and trade unions, are backdated to March 1, meaning that all workers laid off from that date would be reinstated.
Following a meeting of the National Civil Personnel Union, trade union representatives issued a statement warning the president that they would call an indefinite strike in May if he vetoes the Bill.
Mr Macri has also capitulated to the US “vulture funds” which bought Argentinian sovereign debt bonds at a small fraction of their face value, then demanded repayment in full.