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Buenos Aires get to the summit of leaders of the G20, with the increased deployment of security in its history. The venue of the meeting, at one end of the city that gives the river of the Silver, is fenced and guarded by thousands of police officers arranged in three rings of security. Argentina has mobilized 20,000 officers, to which they added other 5,000 of services for the protection of world leaders.
The G20 represents a challenge for all the countries that organized, but the Government of Mauricio Macri has paralyzed Buenos Aires. Declared holiday on Friday, the first day of the meeting, and advised the inhabitants of the argentine capital, "leave the city". Those that remain will be almost impossible to get around after midnight. All the metro lines and train metropolitan will remain suspended, the airport of domestic flights and regional closed to the public for use reserved of the international delegations and the main terminal for boats will also not be operational. The buses will circulate, but more than half of the routes will be restricted or diverted to avoid the areas blocked to anyone not accredited.
Argentina has shielded the airspace within a radius of 460 kilometres around Buenos Aires, while the major world leaders, such as Donald Trump, have deployed their own security, something usual in these appointments. From days ago may be american military aircraft at various airports in the country, waiting for the arrival of the representative, expected between Thursday night and early Friday. Trump will travel through the streets of the city in the same armored vehicle, bomb that used Barack Obama milf porno on his visit to the capital of argentina, in 2016.Activists against the G20 display a balloon with the image of a baby Trump in front of the argentine Congress. Reuters
One of the greatest challenges for the hosts of the summit is the demonstration called for tomorrow by the Nobel Peace prize Adolfo Pérez Esquivel and dozens of social organizations and human rights. Under the slogan "No to the G20, under the agreement Macri-IMF, Out Trump and other leading imperialist" march through the avenida de Mayo, the most emblematic of Buenos Aires, to the argentine Congress.
There will be one more demonstration. In Buenos Aires there are cuts of streets daily and every year there are numerous mass protests. But the G20 summits are often marked by violent clashes between police and activists anti-globalization. In Hamburg, the headquarters earlier, there were hundreds of wounded. The protesters did not prevent the summit, but some of the bilateral meetings planned, such as Macri and his French counterpart, Emmanuel Macron.
In the argentine capital, the march will be about seven kilometres of Costa Salguero, the center that houses the international meeting. The Ministry of Security has already warned that it will react immediately to the first incident. Mark distances and of the behaviour of the security forces in local protests before, in which the police remained passive for a long time in front of stones and other objects thrown by some protesters before repressed with hardness.
Minutes before the start of the international agenda of the G20 pic.twitter.com/vQfNzIjRdX— Mauricio Macri (@mauriciomacri) November 29, 2018
Macri wants the summit to be a showcase Argentina international and that move away the eyes of the economic crisis in the country. "We're about to start this marathon that is going to last nearly four days, receiving the highest leaders of the world," the president said in a message released Thursday by the social networks. "We hope that with a good impression, that will open up even more interest in participating with us in this process of growth," he continued. Any serious problem in the organization of the event would spoil this objective.