Thousands of Argentines gathered on Tuesday to protest against the G20 summit, which will be held from November 30 to December 1 in Buenos Aires.
Protesters also denounced the agreement of $ 57 000 million reached between the Government of Mauricio Macri and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to overcome economic crisis in Argentina.
The anti-capitalist mobilizers announced that they will organize several marches during the summit, however, the government promised to repress the demonstrations, which, in their opinion, are orchestrated by foreign governments.
In addition, residents of the capital city of Buenos Aires are not happy with the G20 summit - the first held in a South American country - because it will interrupt their working life for three days in the midst of the economic crisis.
"The president has the habit of cutting the whole center, like when the Olympic Games opened, so from the beginning I think he does not think about the worker," said Jorge, a taxi driver.