Alberto Fernández, at the UBA ceremony: ‘Education in Argentina should fill us with pride’

Alberto Fernández, at the UBA ceremony: ‘Education in Argentina should fill us with pride’

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Alberto Fernández, at the UBA ceremony: ‘Education in Argentina should fill us with pride’

As part of the different events for the 200 years since the creation of the University of Buenos Aires, President Alberto Fernández participated together with the rector of the institution, Alberto Barbieri, in the tribute at the Faculty of Law, where he is a professor.

“Education in Argentina should fill us with pride,” said the President at the closing ceremony led by Marcelo Bonelli and Luciana Rubinska, in which the president of the University Federation of Buenos Aires, Ramiro Fernández Sarraf, also participated. the students.

“If I am something, to a large extent, I owe it to this university,” Fernández said, recalling his classes at the Law School.

And he added: “All my life is crossed by the University of Buenos Aires, which is a magnificent place where one can find respect for diversity, plurality to an extreme degree, where one can learn and find development mechanisms. And that it is an exemplary test of how you can build a society with an ascending social scale, “he stressed.

The President celebrated the bicentennial house of studies but did not mention any current issues. Much less did he make any reference to the scandal over the photos of the birthday of the first lady Fabiola Yáñez, which confirmed the violation of strict quarantine compliance at Quinta de Olivos.

Among the attendees were the Governor of Buenos Aires, Axel Kicillof, the Chief of Staff, Santiago Cafiero, the Minister of Science and Technology, Roberto Salvarezza, the Minister of Education, Nicolás Trotta, the Chancellor, Felipe Sola, among other officials.

Earlier, Alberto Fernández recalled his past at the UBA from social networks: “My story dates back to when, when I was very young, I entered the law career. From that day on I was linked to it forever, as a graduate, as a teacher and as its fervent advocate “.

During the event, they presented a distinction to 200 outstanding personalities from the public university, and an artistic show will be held. In addition, during the bicentennial week there is a Photoshow with a tour of the 200 years of the UBA that will be exhibited outdoors and for the entire community in Plaza Houssay.

Yesterday, the President gave the inaugural class of the course on Crime Theory and Penalty Systems at the UBA Law School. “Today I went back to teaching at the Law School of the UBA. It has been very pleasant to meet again with the teaching and share the morning with my students of General Theory of Crime and Penalty System. I am proud of their commitment to study , even in virtuality, “the President posted.

The president of the Supreme Court of Justice, Carlos Rosenkrantz, recognized in the act of the 200 years of the UBA. Photo Juano Tesone

The 200 outstanding personalities

The complete list of the 200 personalities highlighted by the University of Buenos Aires: Tomás Abraham, Mario Ackerman, Beatriz Aguirre Urreta, Diana Aisenson, Norberto Alayón, Héctor Alegría, Aníbal Alonso, Modesto Alonso, Héctor Álvarez Cantoni, Jaime Anaya, Fernando Andrade, Nélida Archenti, Leonor Arfuch, Cristina Arranz, Carlos Arzone, Juan Carlos Bagó, Alberto Edgardo Barbieri, Luis Barcos and Dora Barrancos.

Also: Gerardo Bartolomé, Bettina Basrani, Armando Basso, Mabel Basualdo, Diego Bekerman, Jorge Biglieri, Patricia Bonatti, Noemí Bordoni, Luis Braverman, Oscar Bruni, Alberto Jesús Bueres, Alejandro Bulgheroni, Roberto Cabeza, Luis Caffarelli, Pedro Cahn, Ernesto Calvo , Alicia Camilloni, Ana María Campo, Carlos María Cárcova, Juan Carr, Alberto Ángel Carugati, María Teresa Casparri, Raquel Castronovo, Sebastian Ceria, Nélida Cervone, Héctor Chyrikins and Daniel Cieza.

Alberto Fernández, at the UBA ceremony: ‘Education in Argentina should fill us with pride’

The rector of the University of Buenos Aires, Alberto Barbieri, presents a recognition to the president of the Chamber of Deputies of the Nation, Sergio Massa. Photo: Juano Tesone

In addition, Nora Cortiñas, Marcelo Eduardo Criscuolo, Américo Cristófalo, Enrique Cristofani, Hugo Dagum, Graciela Daleo, Elsa Damonte, Elena De Matteo, Ignacio De Mendiguren, Ramón De Torres, Tomas Alberto Del Carril, Alicia Dickenstein, Eduardo Duhalde, Berardo Dujovne, Eduardo Natalio Dvorkin, María Teresa Egozcue, Alicia Entel, Jose Claudio Escribano, Raúl Aníbal Etcheverry, and Martin Diego Farrell.

Alberto Fernández himself, Héctor Fernández Álvarez Alicia Fernández Cirelli, Roberto Fernández Prini, Pedro Ferraina, José Luis Ferrería, Marcelo Figueiras, Daniel Filmus, Aníbal Franco, Daniel Funes de Rioja, Marcela Gally, Andrea Gamarnik, Jorge Geffner, Ricardo Gelpi, Angela Gentile, Carlos Gustavo Gerscovich, Silvia Gold, Adríán Goldin, Nélida Gómez, Esteban González Ballerga and the late Horacio González.

Most prominent: María de los Angeles González, Guillermo González Ruiz, Stella González Cappa, Agustín Alberto Gordillo, Cecilia Paulina Grosman, Ricardo Alberto Guibourg, Silvio Gutkind, Antonio Hall, Rubén Hallú, Daniel Heymann, Elena Inés Highton De Nolasco, Hugo Hirsch, Tomás Hutchinson, Maria Elena Itoiz, Guillermo Jaim Etcheverry, Noé Jitrikm Esteban Jobbagy Gampel, Noemí Kaplan, Sergio Kaufman, Axel Kicillof, Hilda Kogan, Alberto Rodolfo Kornblihtt, Miguel Kozuszok, Miguel Laborde, Roberto Lavagna, Adela Leibovich, Manuel Limeres , Ricardo Lorenzetti, Ricardo Macchi, Silvia Magnavacca, Facundo Manes, Rafael Manóvil, Flora Manteola, Graciela Manzur, Beatriz Maresca, Liliana Martínez, Alejandro Martínez, Marcelo Melo, Carolina Mera, Marcelo Miguez, Susana Mirassou, Roberto Moncayo Guillermo, Graciela Morgade, Jorge Moscato, Rosa Muchnik de Lederkremer, Carlos Mundt, Catalina Nosiglia, Marta Novick, Martín Oesterheld, Tulio Ortiz, Adrián Paenza, Ricardo Pahlen Acuña, P Pareto classroom, José Paruelo, Jorge Pasart, Juana María Pasquini, Juan Pablo Paz, Josefina Peres, and Alejo Pérez Carrera.

Alberto Fernández, at the UBA ceremony: ‘Education in Argentina should fill us with pride’

Beatriz Sarlo, recognized in the act for the 200 years of the University of Buenos Aires. Photo: Juano Tesone

And, Adolfo Pérez Esquivel, Estela Teresa Pérez, Silvia Pescio, Mónica Pinto, María Cristina Plencovich, Fernando Polack ,. Adriana Puiggrós, Diana Rabinovich, Gabriel Rabinovich, Victor Ramos, Hugo Ratier, Juan Carlos Reboreda, Héctor Recalde, Jorge Rendo, Lia Reznik, María Cristina Richaud, José Luis Roces, oracio Rodríguez Larreta, Pablo Rodríguez, Adolfo Rodríguez Saa, Eduardo Roldán Schuth , Juan Enrique Romero, Marta Rosen, Carlos Rosenkrantz, Horacio Salomón, Roberto Salvarezza, Marcelo Sancinetti, Beatriz Sarlo, Raúl Horacio Saroka, Luis Sarotto, Susana Saulquin, Sautu Ruth, Hugo Sigman, lberto Sileoni, Diego Sinagra, Sara Slapak, Felipe Solá , Justo Solsona, Oscar Steimberg, Graciela Taquini, Analía Vázquez, Carlos Venancio, Carolina Vera, Roberto Vernengom, Mario Wainfeld, Adrián Werthein, ReginaWikinski, Claudio Yaryour, Victor Yohai, Eugenio Zaffaroni, Matías Zaldarriaga, Oscar José Zenobi, Horacio Ziccardi

Alberto Fernández, at the UBA ceremony: ‘Education in Argentina should fill us with pride’

The Olympic medalist and Argentine flag bearer at the Tokyo Games, Paula Paretto, was also recognized by the UBA. Photo: Juano Tesone

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