The president of the Commission for the Fallen in Malvinas was at the event organized by Victoria Villareal

María Fernanda Araujo, president of the legally non-existent Commission of Relatives of the Fallen in Malvinas, allowed herself to be photographed at the “Commemoration and Tribute to the Victims of Terrorism”, organized by the candidate for vice president of La Libertad Avanza.

5 de September de 2023 11:08

Fernánda Aráujo with War Veteran Sergio Grabchuk (black diver), in the golden hall of the Buenos Aires Legislature.

María Fernanda Araujo , head of the entity that once united the families of those who died in the Malvinas and that several years ago lost its legal status, but that even in these conditions the Foreign Ministry continues to maintain it as responsible for the care of the Darwin cemetery; He was in the Buenos Aires legislature last night, participating in the event in “ tribute to the victims of terrorism.”

It is not the first time that Araujo joins the sectors and figures linked to the last dictatorship, nor to advocates of State Terrorism ; but she was also the first to oppose the identification of the unnamed bodies lying in the Darwin cemetery, joining the military sector that feared that, with the identification of the heroes , it could be discovered that some soldier had not been killed by enemy ammunition. , but by the calibers used by the Argentine officers and non-commissioned officers themselves.

At the end of the first decade of 2000, Fernanda Araujo , together with Héctor Omar Cisneros , then President of the Commission, campaigned for the non-identification of the fallen, with the argumentative question: “why do they want to know how they died? Yes, “They all died defending the Homeland,” and also asserting that those who claimed the humanitarian right to identify bodies had the sole objective of holding “a festival of bones.”

In March 2010 , when it came to light that the President of the Commission, Héctor Omar Cisneros, appeared as a "support and production" agent in the list of the 4,300 soldiers and civilians who collaborated with the intelligence service of the last dictatorship , and specifically as a member of the Army Intelligence Battalion 601 ; It was revealed why and who they wanted to protect when they refused to identify the dead heroes; including Elbio Eduardo Araujo, Fernanda's own brother .

By Agenda Malvinas


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