Today they give away 30,000 books in Argentina as a form of protest

For many Argentine it purchase of books not represents a priority today, when the country suffers it inflation more high of the last times. | Photo: Thelma

The libraries of the capital city of Buenos Aires, in Argentina, given this Saturday night about 30,000 copies, as a protest against the fall in the sales of books product of the tarifazos being conducted by the Government of President Mauricio Macri and high inflation in the nation. 
Selling books in the South American country was reduced to half this 2017 compared with the previous year, leading to many stores close their doors or remain as cooperatives.
> Economic situation in Argentina a year of Mauricio Macri > achievements of kirchnerism which Macri annulled the Vice-President of the Chamber of bookstores, stationery and related (CAPLA) of Argentina, Ezequiel Lederkremer, explained that “when it reduces the purchasing power, the book, which is not a priority consumer, will stop buying”.
“The night of the libraries” as is you called to this activity in that country is will develop in the Central Avenue capital, running.