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22 junio 2012

Los kioscos de El Retiro, collage contra Botella y Aguirre

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Las paredes de algunos de los históricos kioscos del Parque de El Retiro de Madrid se han convertido en paneles reivindicativos o de protesta contra Ana Botella, la alcaldesa, y la presidenta de la Comunidad de Madrid, Esperanza Aguirre. El conflicto estalló a principios de año, cuando el ayuntamiento decidió cambiar las ordenanzas para sacar a concurso estos negocios que fueron heredados de madres a hijos durante un siglo. Los Borbón entregaban uno de estos -entonces modestos- kioscos a quienes habían sido sus amas de cría. La leche que estas mujeres dieron a los infantes reales, los reyes se la devolvían en horchata y refrescos que las nodrizas podían vender en los puestos de El Retiro.

Como ahora hay buenos biberones y leche artifical, lo de cobrar por amamantar a los infantes se acabó hace tiempo. (Se admiten chistes buenos y malos sobre el asunto). El caso es que el Ayuntamiento decidió echar a sus antiguos dueños.  Empezó el entonces progre del PP,  alcalde Alberto Ruiz-Gallardón y ha seguido Ana Botella. Ambos tienen que sacar más rendimiento a estos negocios, porque las arcas están vacías.

Comenzaron las protestas de los herederos de las amas de cría con tortillas y han terminado con sus kiosocos empapelados con todo tipo de reividicaciones y acusaciones contra la clase política y fundamentalmente contra Botella y Aguirre. Arte popular y reivindicativo, que algnos denominarán menos cordialmente.

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