President Alberto Fernandez He asked this noon to pursue the “utopia of social equality” and argued that Argentina is a country “in which the only privileged are the judges.” and affirmed that, following the example of Eva Perón, his government works to make a country “where boys and girls are treated as subjects of law.”

The Head of State spoke in this way when announcing the launch of the Universal Child Allowance (AUH) for boys and girls without parental care and the building recovery of the Saturnino Unzué Institute in the city of Mar del Plata, together with the Minister of Public Works, Gabriel Katopodis; the Minister of Social Development, Victoria Toulouse Peace; The chancellor santiago cafiero and the owner of Anses, fernanda raverta

“Evita lived in a country where the only privileged ones were the children, today we are in a country where the only privileged ones are the judges. But we are going to be a country where the privileged ones are the boys and girls so that they are subjects law,” explained Fernández.

The activity took place in the gardens of the former Unzue PalaceMar del Plata building partially recovered during the government of Nestor Kirchner as a space for children and which, according to the words of the Head of State, “was abandoned to the good of God” during the administration of Mauricio Macri.

Fernández commented that the adopted measure will make it possible for about “9 thousand little boys and girls” who are housed in care institutions to receive the AUH beyond their parental situation.