Social and political organizations today moved the People's Summit in opposition to the G20 to the Plaza de los Dos Congresos in Buenos Aires, where, amidst banners and play activities, they installed a striking baby-shaped balloon representing the US president, Donald Trump. .
The agenda of previous activities in protest to the G20 Summit that takes place in the Argentine capital between Friday and Saturday began last Monday, and this Thursday, with the arrival of the participating leaders, was completed with debates, forums and recitals.
The hundreds of people who went to the square where the National Congress is located stopped in the inflatable installed in front of the building, which as a satire imitates the appearance of American tycoon Donald Trump, whose visit to the South American country arouses much of the claims.
A large banner accompanies the most photographed balloon of the day, "Confluence of resistance: Hamburg greets Buenos Aires", which recalls – in the midst of the peaceful meeting in which the People's Summit consisted on Thursday – the protests of the past year in the German city, headquarters of the last summit.
The references against the visit of the Saudi Crown Prince, Mohammed bin Salman, were also evident in the posters that adorned the square.
Bin Salman arrived on Wednesday to participate in the summit, which on Friday and Saturday will bring together the heads of State or Government of the 20 largest developed and developing economies.
The president of France, Emmanuel Macron, was one of the first leaders to pronounce on the accusations that fall on the prince for his possible involvement in the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on October 2, and He said that you should know "the whole truth" about it.
The G20 group, made up of Germany, Saudi Arabia, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, South Korea, the United States, France, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Mexico, the United Kingdom, Russia, South Africa, Turkey and the European Union, celebrates its annual meeting of agents in the Argentine capital in the middle of a strong security device in the main roads of the city.
On Thursday night, the party will culminate with the performances of local bands like Sudor Marika and Kumbia Queers.
The protest actions against the G20 will culminate on Friday afternoon with a demonstration in Buenos Aires and other cities in the country.