Protests in Argentina against the renewed drastic sanitary restrictions

"They condemn us to starvation. People cannot have a trade open, they cannot earn their bread. This is madness, it's practically communism, textbook totalitarianism," said one protester.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Several demonstrations were held this Tuesday, My 25, in Buenos Aires and other cities of Argentina against the renewed tightening of restrictions imposed by the government of Alberto Fernández to face the onslaught of the second wave of Covid-19 in the South American country.

The various mobilizations, which were carried out in defiance of the strict nine-day confinement in force since last Friday night, were called through . . .

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