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Entries with Keyword “cristina fernández de kirchner”

Introduction

News from Argentina seemingly goes from bad to worse. But there is one piece of decidedly good news – Presidential elections in October, and President Kirchner is constitutionally ineligible to run for a third term. Once enormously popular, her …

President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner finally decided to address the “silent march” that took place on Wednesday afternoon in Buenos Aires.

As expected, she wasn’t happy with it so she decided to write about it and, faithful to her style, …

Cristina can’t even catch a break on her birthday.

First, she spent her birthday-eve with half a million people calling for justice for prosecutor Alberto Nisman.

On her 62th birthday (you say how does she pull it off, I won’t …

Without directly addressing today’s “silent march” in honor of Alberto Nisman, President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner spoke again on Cadena Nacional for over 40 minutes today.
Speaking from the Atucha II nuclear power plant, she attacked the opposition, once again

Despite her best efforts to cause a diplomatic storm on the recent, crucial State visit to China, President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner only succeeded in fostering a much less deadly Twitter storm, a regular phenomenon in 21st Century online …

Well, those are twenty minutes of our lives we won’t be getting back.

President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner once again used the Cadena Nacional today, this time from El Calafate, in Santa Cruz, to talk about a new hospital and …

Alberto Nisman’s case has given rise to two intriguing story lines: the case of his mysterious death on the one hand, and the cover up accusations he made against Cristina on the other. Due to Nisman’s accusations, which came out …

Alberto Nisman’s case has given rise to two intriguing story lines: the case of his mysterious death on the one hand, and the cover up accusations he made against Cristina on the other. Due to Nisman’s accusations, which came out …

President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner was formally accused by prosecutor Gerardo Pollicita of conspiring to cover up the Iranian involvement in the 1994 bombing of the AMIA Jewish community center in Buenos Aires that left 85 people dead.

Pollicita decided …

Prosecutor Alberto Nisman’s death has captivated the public, giving Argentines an unexpected reason to follow news during usually-dull January. But the case is just an offshoot of the AMIA bombing on July 18th, 1994. This Jewish center (Argentine …