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Social organizations ask for assistance to soup kitchens, this Friday – Diario RÃo Negro

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Social organizations ask for assistance to soup kitchens, this Friday – Diario RÃo Negro

This day will be framed in the protests carried out by social organizations in Cipolletti. A sector will demand greater attendance at cafeterias on Circunvalación street. Another will go on the road to interrupt traffic on the highway bridge.

From the Union of Workers of the Popular Economy (UTEP) will hold a popular pot in the Dr. Raúl Alfonsín square, located at the intersection of the Beltway and the United Nations. According to the representatives, the protest is taking place due to the lack of attention in the city’s dining rooms and picnic areas.

The demonstration will begin at 10 under the slogan “They want to get us off the streets, not out of poverty.” And your goal is to make known the serious situation that thousands of people are going through who attend Cipolletti canteens and picnic areas every day to be able to feed themselves.

Months ago, social organizations began demanding concrete and urgent measures from the national government to alleviate this situation; however, so far the responses have been insufficient.

Cutting of the Neuquén – Cipolletti bridges on Friday

The organizations clarified that the Third Bridge is released. They gather outside the wholesale supermarket on Paimún Street and former Route 22 (current Mosconi Avenue), since 9.

From that point They march to the bridges, where they will carry out a cut with total interruption of traffic on the Neuquén side. The protest will continue until 1 p.m.

In addition to the PO, protesters from the Front of Organizations in Struggle (FOL) will join the demand. to demand genuine work and the continuity of “public works in popular neighborhoods”.

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