Skip to main content

Entries with Keyword president

Well, it was bound to happen.

After some massive 48-hour, non-stop trolling, President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner has apparently blocked the infuriating/hilarious @Falklands_utd Twitter account.

Those of you who chose to ignore our coverage of the Cadena Nacional two days

At long, last, President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner joined other world leaders like Barack Obama, Vladimir Putin and Pope Francis (seriously,) and willingly participated in a selfie taken by the PRO party’s youth activist Pedro Robledo after her …

Seriously?

Yes, seriously. It doesn’t matter that she used the Cadena Nacional on Friday. She used it again yesterday. Although this time, the overall message of her address was more welcome than other times, at least in my …

It’s Friday again!

And, oh, what a week. One of those uneventful weeks in which a lot happened but it’s mostly irrelevant stuff, so you feel like nothing really happened. Yeah, this was one of those weeks.

So here’s a …

Last November, President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner reappeared after her brain surgery via YouTube and introduced us to her new puppy, named Simón after Latin American liberator Simón Bolívar, a Venezuelan sheepdog that kept chewing on her hair as …

For all of you political junkies out there, here is the latest message by President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner on Cadena Nacional. And since this is her third national broadcast in the sixth year of her administration (and the third …

The man’s tired.

When Cabinet Chief Jorge Capitanich took office last November, he did so under the promise of openness and change. He would talk to the media every morning and answer their questions. He would try to reset the …

It’s Friday again!

And there’s just no way of softening this. Jesus, what a fucked up week this has been. Seriously, those of you who choose to skip reading the news or watching TV have been missing on a lot …

After going off the grid for over a month, President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner made a stellar comeback to the political scene in a televised speech, in which she announced a new scholarship program for unemployed people aged between 18 …

At long last, she’s back.

After much speculation coming from the local and international press and endless assurances coming from Cabinet members that “everything was alright,” President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner is scheduled to reappear in public tomorrow at 7pm …