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They say there is no money for the April 2 parade to hide the refusal of ex-combatants to participate

In replacement there will be a micro event in the senate, where Villarruel will present diplomas to 12 veterans, mass will be celebrated and three war veterans will speak.

23 de March de 2024 10:17

The majority of ex-combatants refuse to participate in a parade promoted by a president who claims to be an admirer of Margaret Thatcher.

Through a parody organized by a spokesperson for the dictatorship during the Malvinas war, Nicolas Kasansew , Javier Milei's government claimed to have no money, to hide the fact that the majority of ex-combatants are not willing to participate in a parade promoted by a president who claims to be an admirer of Margaret Thatcher .

The information disseminated massively last Thursday through various media outlets in Argentina indicated that the director of the Senate's Malvinas Task Force, Nicolas Kasansew ; had confirmed that the parade could not be held due to the high costs that the event would entail.

"The high cost involved in organizing it makes it impossible, given the conditions of economic crisis that the country is experiencing.

By Agenda Malvinas

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