the remains of it president of the Asociación Madres de Plaza de Mayo, Hebe de Bonafiniwho died at 93 years of age, will be cremated and his remains will be located in the mythical green space located in front of Casa Rosada, by express request of the referent of human rights.
“We inform you that by request of Hebe herself, her scenes will rest in Plaza de Mayo”indicated the organization that led the platense for more than four decades.
The second was announced through his Twitter account, over the course of the days he will provide more details about Bonafini’s farewell ceremony. “You taught us to walk, now we will follow your steps #HebeEterna”, concluded the publication on social networks.
Murió Hebe de Bonafini, synonymous with Madres de Plaza de Mayo and Human Rights
Hebe de Bonafini, the historic president of the Argentinean association Madres de Plaza de Mayo formed during the dictatorship to know the fate of her children and other detainees detained by the military regime, died this Sunday at 93 years old.
With two sons and their number disappeared during the dictatorship, Bonafini was one of the founders of the mythical group of mothers who, in 1977, began to gather in Plaza de Mayo, in front of the government house in Buenos Aires, to claim information about the paradero of your sons.
With the months they started to identify yourself with a white pañuelo on your head, which soon became a univocal symbol of the organization🇧🇷 His fight continued in democracy, with demonstrations and acts that continued to claim truth and justice.
La Madre de Plaza de Mayo, who never called anything, neither in dictatorship nor in democracy
La Plaza de Mayo is also the final resting place of Azucena Villaflor
La Plaza de Mayo already guards the remains of other referents of las Madres: Azucena Villaflor, one of the founders of that group of women who stood up against the dictatorship and claimed aloud for the apparition of her sons🇧🇷
Villaflor was the mother of Néstor De Vincenti, who was arrested-disappeared on November 13, 1976 when he went to visit his bride, Raquel Magnin, who was also kidnapped in the same repressive operative.
The day that Hebe de Bonafini se fue del Juicio a las Juntas because he forbade using the pañuelo
The founder of Madres de Plaza de Mayo was kidnapped on December 10, 1977 and transferred to ESMA, to be thrown into one of the flights of death.
His body without life appeared on the Costa Bonaerense and was buried as NN in the Cementerio de General Lavalle: in 2005, thanks to which the Equipo Argentino de Antropología Forense (EAAF) identified his remains, the remains of Villaflor were buried in the Plaza de mayo.
“Creadora de Madres, detained and disappeared looking for her son Néstor and the three thousand kidnapped. She was held in captivity at ESMA and thrown alive at sea. Judgment and punishment for the guilty”reads the plaque placed on that day in 2005.
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