Mirroring every Thursday since 1997, the Mothers gathered at the square facing Argentina's presidential palace to perform their "March of Resistance;" except, this Thursday, the group also incorporated protesting recent attacks that Venezuela has been receiving from the United States and its regional allies.
The marchers, who were accessorized with their traditional blue flags and white scarves, flew Venezuelan flags to show support to President Maduro.
"I dedicate our 2,127th march to the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela and to its people," Hebe de Bonafini, the association's president, said and added that the United States "generates conflicts because [the country] wants a war in order to put a military base at the border with Venezuela."
��Mañana, 15.30h, las #Madres cumplen 2127 jueves de ocupación política de la plaza ✌Dedicarán su marcha para celebrar el triunfo de la democracia en la República Bolivariana de Venezuela y abrazar a su pueblo revolucionario, ese que mantiene viva la llama del eterno #HugoChávezpic.twitter.com/EPfdpd1gD8
"The Mothers celebrate 2,127 Thursdays of political occupation of the square. They dedicate their march to celebrate the triumph of democracy in the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela and to embrace its revolutionary people, which keep the eternal Hugo Chavez flame alive."