In his "Ballad for a madman" Ferrer wrote that the little afternoons of Buenos Aires have an "I-don't-know-what". Today that "I-don't-know-what" has been replaced by violent crime, herds of picketers cutting the traffic flow and destroying everything in their way, riots and demonstrations of all sorts that alter the citizens' daily life.
A harassed society reacts suddenly and violently due to the lack of answers on the part of the government that has forgotten the sovereign's dignity and security.
Argentina is losing its identity behind a dreadful administration that plays government, affecting the community's life while getting more and more away from the national Constitution, and leaving the society unprotected, on the verge of the State of Right, without fulfilling the duties and obligations they, under oath, promised to respect.
This critical state has not only swelled in the capital area; the provinces have become affected by the same ailment and the progressive wave of a fierce delinquency is chastening the whole national territory. Leer el resto »
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Autor: Susana Sechi
Director of La Historia Paralela
Translation: Raquel Eugenia Consigli
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