In 2001, Argentina collapsed. That was the beginning of an unprecedented economic, social and political crisis. Consequently, two-thirds of the population sank into poverty and destitution.
For the Argentinean society, the crisis is the result of conservative and liberal politics, which were deliberately applied and whose consequences were clearly foreseen. Argentinean human rights organisations, made a point of seeing the culprits, after identifying them. They lodged three types of complaints, each one targeting on one conservative and liberal aspect of the State : the bankruptcy, the violation of economic and social rights, the repression.