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Máximo Kirchner said that "it can not be a military calf for the companies" but attacked the media as "wanting to take morals and ethics" – 12/17/2018



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"It can not be a kalvary for the military comrades in a union and political organization". From La Plata Máximo Kirchner broke the silence over the allegations of harassment that affect the leaders of La Cámpora, the group he is leading. However, he pointed to the media: "Those who commercialize women do not come to us to run with morals and ethics."

Without direct references, and pending a decision – which would be imminent – when Senator Jorge "Loco" Romero resigned, the National Vice President said that the women who militize "must have all the necessary safeguards".

During an act of Citizen Unity in La Plata, where Ateneo Néstor Kirchner was launched, Máximo was the final speaker and after criticizing Mauricio Macri, the media referred to the situation caused by the complaints about harassment.

"Political, social, cultural and trade unions should be in line with demands as women's collective," he said. But he attacked the media to consider "opportunistically and speculatively trying to drive organizations that need to take care of women's collective demands".

"We can not look in other ways, the organizations we militate and belong to must put the example because we know we are attacked because we are the only ones who can confront them," he added.

Next to florencia saintout, head of fpv buenosairean deputerad, and candidate for mayor of la plate, Máximo compared to a "calvary" situation for some militants and also added a criticism of the media.

"We will put ourselves on the front (of demand) in every organization," he said and concluded on the media: "It will not be that those who have commodified the woman will come to us to run with morals and ethics".

In the last few days there Several complaints against La Campora leaders. The most resonant was Buenos Aires senator Jorge "Loco" Romero condemned by Stephanie Cano for sexual abuse. He wanted her to force oral sex on him and three other men.

In addition, on Monday, they learned that the leader of La Campora de La Pampa Nicolás Roó was convicted of alleged acts of crimes against a minor of 17 years. He was thrown out of the group and the position he held as director of the regional youth house.

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