“Maria, are you going to stay? This is how we start, because time is money. Well, very good. Welcome to our home”.
Estela Barnes de Carlotto, 93 years old, chairs a new meeting of the board of directors of Abuelas de Plaza de Mayo. It is a warm and sunny afternoon in the San Cristóbal neighborhood of Buenos Aires. There are five days left until Javier Milei and Victoria Villarruel, two deniers of the crimes of the dictatorship, assume the presidency and vice-presidency of Argentina.