In the back of a convertible truck, to the rhythm of “Avanti Morocha”, the theme of Los Caballeros de la Quema, they arrived at the door of the Retirement Courts to join the little more than 100 people who had been there since early. “Today they touch her, tomorrow it is with us or with our children. They want to subdue us,” the spokespersons present cried with a megaphone. And they compared the Justice with the dictatorship, anticipating what they expected as an adverse ruling for the vice president.
It was the most critical moment of the afternoon, which had been developing normally, on a day of extreme heat, which caused several of the protesters to break down. Other sectors allied to Kirchnerism that demonstrated were Soberanxs, the front led by Amado Boudou and Gabriel Mariotto, and even a faction of the Communist Party. Although La Cámpora did not call for the march, it awaited what Cristina Kirchner would say in the evening, once the verdict in the file that has her prosecuted and accused of illicit association and fraud against the State was known, before a possible 12-year prison sentence requested by prosecutors.