Argentina Police protest due low wages generated by chaos
In recent days, police protests to demand wage increases in Argentina have increased, spreading to more regions of the country. The scenario is presented on the eve of the thirtieth anniversary of Argentina’s return to democracy.
Police claims erupted last week in Cordoba. Since then, they have been replicated in a dozen provinces, which have been victims of violence and looting, killing three people. In the provinces of Buenos Aires , Entre Rios, La Pampa, Santa Fe, Tucumán, Chaco, Mendoza and Chubut, uniformed autoacuartelados remained with their families.
Jorge Capitanich, chief of staff, announced that an unidentified person had died electrocuted and more than 20 were injured on Sunday while breaking into a shop in Concordia, province of Entre Rios.
The Argentine government attributes these acts of destabilization attempts. “These are groups that seek to create chaos and anxiety. It is no coincidence that this caricature of authoritarian effect seeks to undermine the democratic legitimacy, Argentina serving 30 years of uninterrupted democracy,” Capitanich said.