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Human rights groups and legal experts are concerned that a law passed by the Argentine Congress in the early hours of Thursday morning to crack down on terrorism could be used to criminalise social protest.
Anti-Terrorism Law Upsets Harmony Between Government and Activists
By Marcela Valente
The authoritarian disease seems to be contagious.
Moreover, Argentina has a history of being a police state and still has a hangover from the seven year dictatorship.