Argentinians claim justice, marching in silence, commemorating prosecutor Nisman’s death.

Argentina is an underdeveloped country, a third-world country, however, this time, Argentina was able to protest and communicate as first-world countries (whichever they are) do, with no violence, only a few insults and a lot of respect and silence.

More than 400,000 people marched through the streets of Buenos Aires on Wednesday, a month after the death of prosecutor Alberto Nisman. Drenched in heavy rain and led by a group of prosecutors and former colleagues of Nisman, the protesters marched down Avenida de Mayo. The march was punctuated by spontaneous clapping and chants demanding justice.

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