During the march against the Omnibus Law, a supporter of Javier Milei who was walking around Congress was physically attacked by a protester. A few hours later, images were spread on social networks that made it possible to identify Germán Enrique Garriga, a communicator and professor who graduated from the University of Buenos Aires, as the aggressor of the libertarian militant.
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The President of the Nation retweeted a post on X that repudiated the attacker's attitude. And, according to the biography that the aggressor has published on LinkedIn, Garriga has a degree in Social Communication from the University of Buenos Aires with a Master's Degree in Business and Institutional Communication Management from the University of Barcelona. In addition, he is a radio columnist.
The tweet shared by the President of the Nation. (Capture: X/@carliferro)By: Enzo Paez Molina
Before the TN camera, the attacked young man said: “The truth is, they discriminated against me because of how I came dressed. It seemed to me like a situation to come with a bag because we are dealing with a law, nothing more,” said libertarian militant Patricio Chazarreta.
According to him, he was born in Morón, but currently lives in San Telmo and is 23 years old.
The sack boy was hit in the face. (Photo: TN capture)
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“We came from Mar del Plata because today they were going to discuss the law and we wanted to see. It seemed like a special situation and we found this. We were walking on the street and they started kicking us, pushing us. I don't even have anything from La Libertad Avanza,” said the young libertarian.