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May Justice Be Done!| 52mins
Director: Pascal de Rauglaudre | Producer: Zarafa Films
Focus Years: 2005 | Country: France
Subject Tags: americas, argentina, europe, france, governance, human rights, politics
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
In 2001, Argentina burst into unprecedented political and social chaos. Two-thirds of its population fell into poverty. For the Argentine civil society, this crisis was the result of neoliberal economic policies, applied deliberately. Argentine human rights NGOs sued those responsible of this catastrophe, which were perfectly known to the public. They lodged three innovative complaints against the Argentine neoliberal state.

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