He was Facundo Morales Schoenfeld, the Farc dissident who died when he was detained by the Police. Photo: TN-0223
During the morning of August 11, there was a hectic day of protests in the Obelisk area in Buenos Aires, Argentina, after thousands of protesters showed their rejection of the death of Facundo Morales, who died of a heart attack in the marches. from August 10.
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The deceased had a long journey in leftist groups, was part of the Farc in Colombia and was even close to death on several occasions. Morales was part of the Popular Rebellion Movement (MRP), a group with which he decided to take to the streets to demonstrate his nonconformity in the face of the 2023 primary elections, however, in the middle of the demonstration he died.
Facundo Morales Schoenfeld was born in 1975 in Argentina, his name stands out when it is known that he was the son of Néstor Hugo Morales, justice of the peace in the town of Trevelin, Patagonia, however, he would not last long in his country, since it is presumed that at the age of 27 ; In 2002 he left for Colombia with a single idea, to let his concepts of the left and Marxism flow, being the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), the group that would welcome him.
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