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Las protestas por el "corralito" argentino en 2001

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  • Diez mil personas tomaron las calles con cacerolas

    (FILE) Tens of thousands of people filled the streets of Buenos Aires early 20 December 2001 to protest Argentine President Fernando de la Rua's declaration of a state of emergency and to demand Argentine Economy Minister Domingo Cavallo's resignation. Next December 3, 2011, marks the 10th anniversary of the so-called "corralito" (Spanish diminutive of corral, stockyard) --a governmental economic measure imposed by then Economy Minister Domingo Cavallo which restricted US dollars withdrawals and almost froze bank accounts-- which led to protests and riots that ended up in President Fernando De la Rua resignation from office. AFP PHOTO/Daniel GARCIA

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  • Protestas el 13 de dciembre de 2001 en Buenos Aires

    (FILE) Fires are seen on the streets of Buenos Aires, Argentina as the people continue their demonstrations 13 December 2001. Next December 3, 2011, marks the 10th anniversary of the so-called "corralito" (Spanish diminutive of corral, stockyard) --a governmental economic measure imposed by then Economy Minister Domingo Cavallo which restricted US dollars withdrawals and almost froze bank accounts-- which led to protests and riots that ended up in President Fernando De la Rua resignation from office. AFP PHOTO/Fabian GREDILLAS

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