In Argentina they told him Snitching, in Colombia castrate class and in Mexico go on pinta. Three very different sentences for the same concept: not to attend school without parental permission. Virtually all have done so any that again, during our adolescence. And new generations do not deviate much from ancient traditions. But yes to find a way to make it more contemporary. In the city of Mendoza, Argentina, a group on Facebook called a rateada general who ended up with the presence of more than three thousand students who decided not to go that day to their schools. Instead, they gathered in a park to spend the day socializing with friends and boys and girls to know.
Shortly after opponents became listening and an NGO ask that there is a control over the groups that armen via this social network or other similar. His stance is backed with the idea that there was a vast set of people without control, increases the risk of vandalism and violence. However, these measures still do not have been taken and There are already other people calling no show classes on May 26 in all Argentina. That date was chosen in particular because on 24 and 25 may have been declared national holidays for reasons of the bicentennial in that country and students want to demonstrate his patriotism with one day of celebration. Some are in favour of the parents, while others support the initiative of the students. To occur or not this rateada, it is clear that the convening power of Facebook, especially in Latin America, is increasing.