Relatives of Lucio Dupuy and civil society groups marched this morning to the National Congress to pay tribute to the 5-year-old boy murdered a year ago in the capital of La Pampa. Those who marched demanded the sanctioning of the law that bears his name, which seeks to prevent child abuse. Lucio’s crime occurred on November 26, 2021, when the child died as a result of polytrauma and internal hemorrhage. The rally began after 10 o’clock in front of the Legislative Power headquarters, where several organizations that fight for the rights of children, some self-convened, and the victim’s paternal family attended.”Justice for Lucio”, “Don’t mess with my children” and “No more corrupt judges” were some of the signs carried by the almost 300 demonstrators who gathered with drums and chants in front of the Congress, where a stage was set up.” Lucio, present, now and always,” they chanted during the tribute to the murdered 5-year-old boy, in which they also called for the sanction of the “Lucio Law,” which seeks to have judicial officials trained on children’s rights.
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