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RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Plaza de Mayo of Buenos Aires, the stage of Argentina's political memory, experienced a very busy Sunday night. Dozens of workers removed the railing that had been dividing it since the 2001 uprisings, protecting the Rosada House (the government's headquarters) from demonstrations.

Alberto Fernández, who yesterday replaced Mauricio Macri as president, called for the removal of the bars so that the square could serve to "end divisions and unite Argentina".

There will be no more bars, just like political spring: Fernández will be handed a country that has been in recession . . .

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