Argentines stream through city streets to press for more jobs, food

7/8/2021 10:04:00 PM

Argentines stream through city streets to press for more jobs, food

Argentines stream through city streets to press for more jobs, food

BUENOS AIRES: Tens of thousands of Argentines took to the streets of Buenos Aires on Saturday (Aug 7) to protest over poverty and a lack of jobs amid a lengthy economic crisis that has only deepened with the coronavirus pandemic. Organisations working with the unemployed and leftist groups l

BUENOS AIRES: Tens of thousands of Argentines took to the streets of Buenos Aires on Saturday (Aug 7) to protest over poverty and a lack of jobs amid a lengthy economic crisis that has only deepened with the coronavirus pandemic.Organisations working with the unemployed and leftist groups led the protest that started at a church to the west of the Argentine capital where thousands of pilgrims travel each year to pray at the shrine of San Cayetano, the patron saint of work, whose feast day is Saturday. It ended in the Plaza de Mayo, a massive square in front of the seat of government where protests habitually take place.

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Organisations working with the unemployed and leftist groups led the protest that started at a church to the west of the Argentine capital where thousands of pilgrims travel each year to pray at the shrine of San Cayetano, the patron saint of work, whose feast day is Saturday. It ended in the Plaza de Mayo, a massive square in front of the seat of government where protests habitually take place. What’s in your glass is indeed a sparkling wine but French it is not. "I come on behalf of people who do not have work: my brother, my neighbours and many people who you see really struggling everywhere," Néstor Pluis, a 41-year-old educational assistant, told Reuters. The plan was shelved after investors deemed its valuation too lofty. Protests also took place in other parts of the country, including in Argentina's second city of Cordoba and the western city of Mendoza. (By law, sparkling wine producers outside of the region of Champagne are not allowed to name their wines “Champagne”. Lawmaker Juan Carlos Alderete, leader of the left-wing party Corriente Clasista y Combativa, said the needs of people in some neighbourhoods were"tremendous. Source: Reuters/zl.

" "The soup kitchens are seeing whole families coming to eat and many of the children have to be attended to by health professionals because they are malnourished," he said. A poke at class structures aside, the joke has some truth in it (ask your air steward the next time you can fly).2170 ringgit) (Reporting by Liz Lee; Editing by Kenneth Maxwell) Source: Reuters. A total of 19 million people, 42 per cent of Argentina's population, was classified as living below the poverty line in the second half of 2020 and unemployment at present stands at 10.2 per cent. Sparkling wine producers outside of Champagne, such as Franciacorta winemakers in Italy and Cava vintners in Spain, have raised their game, thanks to stricter appellation laws and improved winemaking methods. Argentina's President Alberto Fernandez said on Friday that he saw brighter days ahead, and the first rebound in the economy in three years this year with 7 per cent growth. "Argentina is growing, recuperating jobs and will recover income," Fernandez pledged. (Photo: Bellavista) Related: We ask Singapore restaurateurs: What wines do you drink at home? While these winemakers compete with Champagne in the sparkling wine category, they aren’t out to imitate their French peers, but rather to make bubblies that represent the best of their region and tradition.

Ahead of the legislative elections in November, the government also announced on Friday a relaxation of COVID-19 restrictions in the hope of speeding economic recovery. Source: Reuters/ec . The main difference between Champagne and Prosecco – apart from the grape varieties used – is the way it’s produced.