Is Peronism liberal or conservative?

Federal Peronism

Federal Peronism Peronismo Federal
Ideology Peronism Liberal conservatism National conservatism Economic liberalism
Political position Centre-right
National affiliation Juntos por el Cambio
Colours Azure

Why did the Argentina Dirty War happen?

The exact chronology of the repression occurring before the Operation Condor’s beginning in March 1976 is still debated, but some sectors claim the long political conflict started in 1969 as individual cases of state-sponsored terrorism against Peronism and the left can be traced back to the bombing of Plaza de Mayo …

Who are Las Abuelas de la Plaza de Mayo?

The Grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo (Spanish: Asociación Civil Abuelas de Plaza de Mayo) is a human rights organization with the goal of finding the children stolen and illegally adopted during the 1976–1983 Argentine military dictatorship.

Who founded Las Abuelas de Plaza de Mayo?

Estela de Carlotto
After 36 years of searching, Estela de Carlotto, president and founder of the Abuelas de la Plaza de Mayo (Grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo) was reunited with her grandson in a private meeting in La Plata on Wednesday evening.

What happened to Cristina Blackwell on the Weather Channel?

TV star Cristina Blackwell suffered a wardrobe malfunction of epic proportions during a recent broadcast. While viewers should have been listening to her detailed weather report, their attention was drawn elsewhere.

Who is Cristina Blackwell from Great Day SA?

See below for more details. Cristina Blackwell, a quiet Mexican-American woman who brightens right up once on camera, is the current host of Great Day SA on the San Antonio, Texas-based news station KENS-TV 5 Eyewitness News. Blackwell was born in San Antonio but was raised all over the continent.

What does Sandra Blackwell do for Univision?

Univision Network : In March of 2011, Blackwell began working for Univision, the leading Hispanic-based multimedia company in the United States. She hosted and produced one of their weekday mornings shows Despierta SA, where she talked about the local news and interviewed guests.

Who are the Montoneros in Argentina?

Montoneros (Spanish: Movimiento Peronista Montonero-MPM) was an Argentine leftist urban guerrilla group, active during the 1960s and 1970s. The name is an allusion to the 19th century cavalry militias, called Montoneras, who fought for the Partido Federal during the Argentine Civil Wars.