The sun of the 25th appeared in the House of the Government of the Province of La Pampa.
This Tuesday, May 24, the employees of the Directorate General of Personnel dressed in typical costumes of 1810, they decorated the offices in patriotic colors. There were light blue and white balloons, garlands and bows. And through the corridors we heard Long live the country!
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In this addiction work some 50 people ranging from 22 to almost 60 years old. Absolutely everyone joined the idea of Lorena Antúnez, an employee, who brought the initiative closer in 2019. In 2020 and 2021 it was not carried out due to the pandemic, and this year they put into practice.
In dialogue with TN and the people Natalia, one of the employees, said: “We want reassess the customs of argentina. All kinds of procedures are carried out in our offices. Many people come with problems, and seeing us dressed in typical costumes changes their mood. we atteined make them smile”.
To start the day, they prepared chocolate and ate the fried cakes that everyone brought. By mid-morning, the women could be seen with skirts, mantillas and fans walk in the corridors and distribution of rosettes which they carried in their baskets.
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the decor It was by lung, just like typical costumes. From home, they brought the clothes they were wearing. “We brought the clothes we had in our homes. Colleagues from other regions congratulated us and promised to join us next year. In 2019 he accompanied us to the Governor. The good thing about it is that we did all in team“concluded the woman.
Week of May 1810: the Revolution of Friday 25
the may revolution of 1810 took place on Friday the 25th, a week after the first meeting in which the idea of calling an open town hall came to discuss the new authorities of the viceroyalty.
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In this way, the creation of the Provisional Administrative Council of the Capital of the Río de la Plata was announced, which would later be named the First Council. It was composed of Cornelius Saavedra as president; Mariano Moreno and Juan Jose Paso as secretaries; Yes Juan José Castelli, Manuel Belgrano, Miguel de Azcuénaga, Domingo Matheu, Juan Larrea and Manuel Alberti as vowels.