Florencia Saintout repudiated the graffiti that appeared in La Plata against Kirchnerism

The president of the Cultural Institute of the Province of Buenos Aires, Florencia Saintout, repudiated this Sunday threatening graffiti against the Kirchnerist militancy that appeared in the city of La Plata and stated that “no political space has to be built from the denial of the other”.

Saintout blamed on his Twitter account “the hegemonic media and the macrista opposition” due to “this climate of violence”.

“We repudiate these graffiti in La Plata and any hate speech,” said the former dean of the La Plata Faculty of Journalism, adding: “With what they say and cover up, the hegemonic media and the Macrista opposition are largely responsible for this climate of violence”.

Likewise, Saintout confirmed to the Télam agency that after the fact “the councilors of the Frente de Todos block are going to present the repudiation in the Deliberative Council” of La Plata and will request the surveillance cameras of the area to be able to track the perpetrators. of the graffiti.

The graffiti with the slogan “death to the Kirchnerist government” appeared this morning along Diagonal 73 from Plaza Rocha to Plaza Matheu and also along Calle 2 from 65 to 71, near the Faculty of Journalism of the National University of La Plata (UNLP).

The Second Plenary of the National and Popular Thought of the Frente de Todos had been held in that place on Saturday, in which the assassination attempt suffered days before by Vice President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner was repudiated and a call was made to “build a democracy strong and without violence”.

The vandalisms of a commemorative mural of La Noche de los Lápices, in Quilmes, and another with the figure of former president Néstor Kirchner, both cases repudiated by the mayor of that party, Mayra Mendoza, were also known this Sunday.

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