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Muerte de Perón
1)-Repercuciones sociales
2)-quien asume después de su muerte
3)-Profanacion

1)- Se calcula que mientras el cuerpo de Perón estuvo expuesto en el Congreso, unas 46 horas y media, desfilaron ante el féretro casi 135 mil personas; afuera, más de un millón de argentinos quedaron sin dar el último adiós a su líder. Sin embargo, y a pesar del fuerte aguacero –hasta las 9 del jueves 4 llovieron sobre Buenos Aires 14 milímetros-, una multitud incalculable se concitó a lo largo de las avenidas Callao y del Libertador para rendir homenaje –al paso del cortejo- al presidente desaparecido. Dos mil periodistas extranjeros informaron de todos los detalles de las exequias.
Tres primeros mandatarios llegaron a Buenos Aires para sumarse al duelo de los argentinos: Juan María Bordaberry, de Uruguay; Hugo Banzer, de Bolivia, y Alfredo Stroessner, del Paraguay. Antes de que se iniciara la marcha hacia Olivos, en el Congreso, doce oradores despidieron al muerto: Benito Llambí, en representación de los ministros; José Antonio Allende, por los senadores; Raúl Lastiri, en nombre de los diputados; Miguel Ángel Bercaitz, por la Corte Suprema de la Nación; el teniente general Leandro E. Anaya, en representación de las Fuerzas Armadas; el gobernador riojano Carlos Menem, en nombre de sus colegas de todas las provincias; Ricardo Balbín, por los partidos políticos; Duillo Brunillo y Silvana Rota, por el Partido Justicialista; Lorenzo Miguel, de las 62 Organizaciones; Adelino Romero, de la CGT, y Julio Broker, por la CGE. En Olivos, el féretro fue conducido a pulso desde la cureña hasta la capilla de Nuestra Señora de la Merced; una salva de 21 cañonazos prologó la misa y el responso pronunciado por el capellán de granaderos Héctor Ponzo.
2)- María Estela Martínez De Perón , fue quien asumió el poder luego de la muerte juan domingo Perón, Asumió el 1 de julio de 1974 en su…...

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