We are the Solano but we come individually, explained the young Paula, wearing one of the shirts. I’m here about the desire for freedom that I have, I want to be free, and now I have to think like them, go where they want and have the silver that they want. Freedom is the most precious and we were removing it little by little, claimed Gladys, a labor lawyer at 78 years old, continued resting on a cane walking. Hundreds of neighbors greeted the passing of the March from their balconies, beating pans, applauding and egging with cries of Argentina, Argentina. At Olivos, in the North of the capital, thousands of people joined the protest pan in hand at the gates of the presidential residence. The massive concentrations, which took place without incident, were replicated in different parts of the capital and in towns of Buenos Aires urban belt, as Ramos Mejia (West) and Lomas de Zamora (South). Demonstrations were also crowds in major cities of the interior of the country, such as Cordoba, Salta, Rosario, Mendoza, Santa Fe, La Plata and Bariloche, among others. There were also protests by Argentines abroad, in cities like Miami, New York, Sydney, Vienna, Warsaw, Geneva, Berlin, Rome, Milan, Paris, Barcelona, Madrid and London.
Arising in social networks the 8N lived in social networks, where arose the call, which operated as a forum for discussion heated between supporters and detractors of the protest. Sectors of the ruling party have been disqualified at the protest as an attempt by the opposition to destabilize the Government. The President said this Thursday that Argentina lives a total democracy and returned to urging opposition leaders to reveal their true intentions. Fernandez agreed to a second presidential term in October 2011 in an election in which triumphed by 54% of the votes, with a positive image of 63.3%, according to measurements of the private consultancy firm Management & Fit. But twelve months later, the good image of the President fell to 20.8%, the regular rose to 21.