We can agree to disagree on whatever opinions which are just that, opinions.Seems like there are 117 results for a Google search of clandestine parties in the last month in CABA, and 163 in BA province. But it's a poor comparison, with duplicates and irrelevant results... actual police statistics would be useful but we're unlikely to get them. I can be wrong about the clandestine party breakups, I'm not glued to the news 24/7, and certainly not to C5N, whatever that is that you tried to troll me with.
And look, I totally get it. Artisans, who is unfortunately no longer posting, shared much more useful information with none of your baggage. Now he's gone, you saw your opportunity, and troll anyone with a different viewpoint posting on "your" thread.
However don't expect myself (or others) to lap up someone trying deliberately or inadvertently spreading misinformation to substantiate their opinions on schools, CABA or sugarcoating how great their chosen "team" is performing, the same way the government is doing.
It is important to be critical and accept criticism about all sides but not to deliberately overlook inconvenient truths. For example, you implied in post 126 CABA is doing nothing about clandestine parties, that was a lie or blatant misinformation to try and paint CABA as somehow being "worse".
In post 120 you implied that the weekend lockdown floated by CABA was an attempt to sabotage the national government when you failed to consider that at the time when CABA announced this the national government were flat out denying stricter measures, again misinformation to paint CABA as "bad". If at anytime you have facts to prove a point, expect my opinion to change, until then keep trying.. trolling, whatever you call it.
The above google dump illustrates clearly that the issue of rising infections everywhere in Argentina is not about the nuances of restrictions. It is compliance. It is people everywhere acting as if they were immune to the virus and engaging in risky social activities. If I understand the medical experts in Argentina correctly they seem to be pretty unanimous that social interaction continues to be the main cause of infection. I don't see this as having much to do with open or closed schools or Horacio vs. Alberto. Twisting the narrative to say otherwise doesn't help a thing.
Nor does it help individuals stay as safe as possible by thinking that government policy X or Y will save them if they are still socialising in risky ways.
The presidential announcement is now on air. Let's see what the deal is.