December 1, 2021

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Today’s Epimeris: What Happened on October 26 | Events in Argentina and around the world

In October 26th Anniversary These events, which took place on a day like today in Argentina and around the world, stand out:

1890. In his hometown of Florence in 1826, writer Carlo Collodi, writer The Adventures of Pinocchio, One of the best children’s stories in the world, It even came in the movies. It has been published in installments since 1880 Children’s Magazine, A newspaper dedicated to children’s reading, was published in 1883 as a book.

1911. One of the best voices of this century was born in New Orleans: Mahalia Jackson. Known as the “Queen of Gospel Music”, her life lasted until her death in 1972. He recorded the set Black, brown & tan With Duke Ellington and appeared in the film Reflection of lifePublished by Douglas Circal in 1959. In addition, he was active in the civil rights movement and sang at the famous parade in Washington in 1963, in which Martin Luther King delivered his “A Dream for Me” speech.

1916. Born in the French city of Jார்rn, one of France’s most important figures in the second half of the 20th century and played a key role in European integration: Franுவாois Mitterrand. The historical leader of the Socialist Party, he opposed Charles de Cole Was able to become president in 1981. He was re-elected in 1988. During his fourteen years in power he gained the distinction of being the longest-serving incumbent in the country. He died in January 1996, a few months after leaving the Elysee Palace.

1955. Born in Andalusia Judge Balthasar Carson of Spain. He is best known for his investigations into the 1991 alleged involvement of Yomagate in the alleged laundering of dollars by Amira Yoma (former brother-in-law of Carlos Menem). He was vice-president of the Spanish Congress for PSOE. He returned to his court and inquired into the activities of the ETA. In 1998, the former Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet was arrested in London and demanded to be extradited to Spain for terrorism, torture and genocide. He then investigated the crimes of the Franco regime. He was disqualified for eleven years in 2012 after being accused of illegally tampering with the Kurdell scandal involving the Popular Party. Arriving in Argentina he was appointed adviser to the Secretariat for Human Rights.

1959. In Orinoha, Bolivia, Evo Morales was born, The first aboriginal president in the history of the country. He became the union president for chefs. The economic and social collapse of Gonzalo Sánchez de Lozada’s second government brought him to the forefront in 2003. He won the presidency in late 2005 and took office in January 2006. He was re-elected in 2009 and 2014. During his reign, Bolivia experienced unprecedented growth, resulting in significant improvements in life. Unable to reappear, he received legal protection and competed in 2019 to win. He was overthrown by the coup and deported. Went through Argentina Elected a year later and sponsored the candidacy of Louis Ars.

1965. The Beatles enter Buckingham Palace as simple British citizens and leave as members of the British Empire. In the year Help!, Queen Elizabeth II pays tribute to their contribution to Liverpool quartet music. The news of the awarding of the medal came as a shock to the conservative sector because it was assigned to the military (later distinguished between civilians and uniformed). In fact, a veteran of World War II was sent back by discarding his decorations. Four years later, John Lennon returned his medal, rejecting the war at Biafra.

1983. With four days to go before the first election in ten years, it will end the military dictatorship. Raul Alphonse He led one of the most impressive political events in the history of Argentina. Ahead of a crowd of more than a million participants, the UCR presidential candidate called for “putting a hinge on Argentina’s history” and ensuring democracy as a way of life. It condemns the military for “engaging us in war and for brutal and illegal repression” and proposes to restructure the welfare state with the slogan “Eat, heal and train yourself with democracy”.

1997. Coalition election baptism. In the Assembly elections, the union of the UCR and Frepaso has been translated as the first electoral defeat of Peronism nationally since 1985. The ballot led by Carlos Sacho Alvarez clears the capital. But the reference to that day is given in the province of Buenos Aires. Graciela Fernandez Meijit won on the ballot of Chiche Duhalde. The then-Buenos Aires senator jumped to the first national display. Eduardo Duhalde declares himself the “father of failure” and his plans to run for president in 1999 were changed, while Carlos Menemin’s re-election dream is caught.

2011. The investigation against the ESMA oppressors is coming to an end. After nearly two years of trial, the oral court pronounces 5 sentences. Of the 18 defendants, 12 have been sentenced to life imprisonment, including Alfredo Austis and George “Tigre” Acosta. There are four other sentences and two acquittals. Among other crimes, Rodolfo Walsh went missing and was found guilty of mass kidnapping at Holy Cross Church.

In addition, it is Intersex Community Awareness Day, which aims to highlight the rights of intersex individuals.

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