The Minister of Security, Patricia Bullrich, defended Wednesday's operation in the protest by left-wing picketers around Congress in rejection of the Omnibus Law: “They wanted to prevent people from returning home.”
The official supported Wednesday's operation in front of the Legislative Palace, in which incidents occurred between protesters and federal security forces, stating that “they acted in accordance with the existing protocol.”
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Bullrich once again supported the security operation, after criticism from the Polo Obrero leader, Eduardo Belliboni, who participated in the mobilizations, to which the official responded on her X account: “With us the pickets on the sidewalk and the “narcos to jail.”
Patricia Bullrich defended the police operation in Congress and accused the picketers
Patricia Bullrich defended the operation in the left-wing picketers' protest: “They wanted to prevent people from returning home” (Photo: NA – Mariano Sánchez).
The Minister of Security defended the police operation in Congress and accused the picketers, after the incidents in the operation on Wednesday in the midst of the demonstrations against the Omnibus Law: “It was an orderly march until they decided, on purpose, to take over the street with the objective of preventing people from returning home in peace. “We acted in accordance with the existing protocol.”
The left marched to Congress against the Omnibus Law and there were clashes with the police
Piqueteros, left-wing parties and social organizations gathered in front of Parliament, where the session of Deputies is taking place (Photo TN – Nicolás González).
On Wednesday, picketers, left-wing parties and social organizations that gathered in front of Congress to reject the Omnibus Law clashed with the police, who were deployed to prevent the march from progressing and tried to apply the anti-picketing protocol to avoid the traffic blockage. of Rivadavia Avenue, which also came to fruition.
The advance of the federal forces agents, even with water cannons, occurred during the afternoon of Wednesday. Despite the orders that the security forces received to clear the streets around the parliamentary building, the streets were occupied by both the troops and the protesters.
Initially, there was an advance of gendarmes and police on the crowd and there were incidents between both sectors, but then the situation decompressed in the middle of the mobilization that took place on an afternoon in which the temperature exceeded 35 degrees.
The security operation includes a metal fence on all sidewalks of the Congress building and numerous troops and assault vehicles, fire hydrant trucks, motorcycles and vans and buses of the security forces on adjacent streets and avenues.