May 22, 2013
'The protests filled me with pride,' says City Mayor
Mayor of Buenos Aires City Mauricio Macri spoke today on the mass anti-government protest that took place across the country yesterday remarking that it made him feel “proud” and that he hoped the message of the people would reach the President.
“What happened yesterday filled me with pride, it makes way for this to be discussed and I hope that the message reaches the President,” Macri said today.
“One hundred percent of Argentina's spirit” was out in the street yesterday, the city mayor underlined.
In addition, the capital city official stated that the Kirchnerite administration take not of the demands expressed in the numerous protests across the principle cities in the country, edging protestors to “keep confronting” the government in the same way.
“What happened yesterday was rather overwhelming, a rebellious movement shining light on what we are really living,” Macri said.