Argentine feminists will march in defense of their rights | News

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Argentine feminist organizations called for popular mobilizations throughout the national territory for this Thursday in defense of the right to safe and free abortion, in accordance with the motto raised by the green scarf movement.


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The protesters will ask for the freedom to decide about their bodies to be respected and will defend the right to safe and free abortion. In addition, they will speak out against the economic adjustment and the pressures from the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

Among other demands that they will raise, the activists and members of the diversities will reject the speeches of the Argentine right in the face of the next presidential elections. According to the feminist activist of the Ni Una Menos Collective, LucĂ­a Cavallero, "the possibility of the right ruling this country would mean the loss of many rights."

Cavallero added that the "claims have to do with the defense of very important rights for the feminist movement, such as access to abortion, but also comprehensive sexual education, public schools, retirements and moratoriums."

She added that, despite progress during this period, there is a pending agenda that includes issues that directly impact the lives of women, such as "the recognition of unpaid work and community work, the care law, a greater budget for address violence and access to housing".

According to the organizers of the mobilizations, the main rally is scheduled for 4:00 p.m. (local time) in Plaza de Mayo, from where the protesters will march to Congress. In the city of Rosario, Santa Fe, public events are scheduled for 5:00 p.m. (local time) at the National Flag Monument.

In San Miguel de Tucumán you will leave from Plaza Urquiza to Plaza Independencia; and in Paraná, Entre Ríos, a march will be held at 5:30 p.m. (local time) from Plaza 1ro de Mayo to Plaza Alvear. Activities are also planned in San Salvador de Jujuy and in Posadas.

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