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URUGUAY-ARGENTINA-PROTEST-CACEROLAZO

Argentines bang cooking pots during a 'cacerolazo' to protest against the possible reelection of President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner and the growing insecurity, corruption and restrictions on the purchasing of US dollars, in the Uruguayan seaside resort of Punta del Este, 135 km east of Montevideo, on November 8, 2012. Thousands of opponents of Fernandez de Kirchner gathered in the Argentine capital Buenos Aires and other cities across the world banging their cooking pots in a noisy protest against any possible bid she might run for a third term. 'Say no to reelection,' said the call to protest which was sent across the country via social media websites. Fernandez, 59, is currently barred by the Argentine Constitution from running for a third consecutive term, but her supporters in the Congress have been lobbying for a constitutional amendment. AFP PHOTO/PABLO BIELLI (Photo credit should read PABLO BIELLI/AFP/Getty Images)
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Argentines bang cooking pots during a 'cacerolazo' to protest against the possible reelection of President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner and the growing insecurity, corruption and restrictions on the purchasing of US dollars, in the Uruguayan seaside resort of Punta del Este, 135 km east of Montevideo, on November 8, 2012. Thousands of opponents of Fernandez de Kirchner gathered in the Argentine capital Buenos Aires and other cities across the world banging their cooking pots in a noisy protest against any possible bid she might run for a third term. 'Say no to reelection,' said the call to protest which was sent across the country via social media websites. Fernandez, 59, is currently barred by the Argentine Constitution from running for a third consecutive term, but her supporters in the Congress have been lobbying for a constitutional amendment. AFP PHOTO/PABLO BIELLI (Photo credit should read PABLO BIELLI/AFP/Getty Images)
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