G20 summit police state in Argentina

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This video says about itself:

G20 protests take over Buenos Aires streets

Protesters and demonstrators took to the streets of Argentina’s capital on Friday, Nov. 30, 2018, as the world’s top leaders meet in Buenos Aires to address global issues, including trade, human rights, climate change and migration.

By Rafael Azul:

Police repression in Buenos Aires for G20: a dress rehearsal for dictatorship

1 December 2018

As the presidents of the Group of 20 nations (G20), representing the world’s top economies, were preparing to travel to their 13th economic summit in Buenos Aires, this weekend, Argentine authorities were in the process of rounding up and forcibly expelling homeless families who reside in downtown Buenos Aires.

The violent expulsion of the homeless has been accompanied by naked repression and the suppression of democratic rights. Buenos Aires and federal officials are using the G20 meeting…

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