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Allen retirees promoted a Multisector to not give up in the face of the crisis – Diario Río Negro

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Allen retirees promoted a Multisector to not give up in the face of the crisis – Diario Río Negro

The idea of ​​the older adult, passive and living quietly until he receives a visit from his grandchildren, is an almost fairy-tale prejudice, increasingly out of use. It is visible in the meetings every Wednesday in the central plaza of Allen, at 7 p.m.since January of this year, where you can see active people, despite some logical ailments, but who were encouraged to make use of public space so that someone hears your voice.

“We started to go nuclear when a national meeting of signatures was held to reject the use of the Guarantee Fund of ANSES Sustainability”, they said in dialogue with RÍO NEGRO. They are no longer the “nonos” who weave and care for plants, but rather the former workers who went through hyperinflation from the late ’80s, privatization and the strikes of the ’90s, the crisis of 2001the lack of decent increases until today and who see how history repeats itself before their eyes, as a recurring nightmare.

Members from different sectors are those who participate in this Multisector of Self-convened Neighbors, which They are organized in a WhatsApp group and many others are following the news in a Facebook page. Little by little, the support is growing, which they hope will increase, to strengthen the claim, because ultimately, it is a reality that affects everyone.

Photo: Kindness.

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“It is very unfair, every day with a threat“, about how much increase they are going to give us, what measures they are going to take, I am very scared,” she admitted. Clotilde Rojas de Saa, retired as a nursing assistant and known leader, in the past, of two “grandparents clubs.” Like her, they shared her gaze with this medium Carlos Schefer (exmunicipal), Graciela Cancellieri (retired teacher), Sandy Inostroza (independent artist) and Lidia Camposwhich she contributed as a commercial employee.

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Con a diverse political ideology and previous experiences of participationthey defend that the way out of crises, before and now, is from the collective. They are accompanied by unions such as Unter and ATEin addition to members of groups also affected by the decisions of the current management, as is the case of Banco Nación employees and students who fear for the continuity of their classes in the face of the defunding of public universities.

To invite passersby to become aware, In the meetings every Wednesday, as an open radio, they express themselves about events in the public domain and about what they experience in their own homes. “The crisis reaches everyone, from the most basic foodssuch as dairy products, vegetables, even the purchase of supplies, materials for art, all for the stratosphere“Not to mention the clothing,” said Sandy, a member of a regional artists’ collective.

Photo: Kindness.

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Carlos, with his wifeare going through a similar situation: “We had to reorganize expenses weekly, she earns the minimum and I earn one point more, if the measures are implemented, I don’t know how we are going to do it.” For Graciela the impact has been “in the loss of rights, rights that have years of struggle and dead people who gave their lives for others. They got into our homes and our projects. In our security zones: Going to the pharmacy, the supermarket, are decisions that you have to think about today.“Traveling became a luxury,” he repudiated.

From now on, day-to-day life is so changing that It is difficult to anticipate how the process will continue, but they were already planning to visit people in the neighborhoods to continue motivating the mobilization. «I see an intense, arduous future, because we are going to see the bills arrive, the fuel increases and everything automatically increases. People believe this is going to happen, but many neighbors are going to be left behind.. Those who cannot buy their medicines, how do they survive? If before PAMI had so many twists and turns, now the studies are going to take longer. That’s why, “We have to organize ourselves at the country level,” said Lidia..

Photo: Kindness.

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