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Esmad agrede a profesores en Bogotá

Usando los mismos métodos de represión de la dictadura venezolana, el Gobierno de Juan Manuel Santos optó por reprimir una marcha de maestros con sus fuerzas de choque.

El Esmad de la Policía, intervino la marcha que transitaba por la calle 26 en Bogotá y la disolvió con el uso de la fuerza.

Los mannifestantes denunciaron que los uniformados lanzaron gases lacrimógenos contra la multitud, entre la que se encontraban menores de edad.

Al menos 3 mil educadores se tomaron la avenida para marchar con rumbo al Aeropuerto El Dorado, en reclamo por sus derechos. La marcha colapsó el tráfico vehicular en el occidente de Bogotá, causando que cientos de viajeros perdieran sus vuelos.

El paro de maestros ya completo 3 semanas, sin que el Gobierno Nacional le encuentre salida. Por el contrario el Presidente Santos radicalizó el lenguaje y amenazó con no pagar salarios a los amestros hasta que no repongan la totalidad de las clases perdidas.





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