President Hugo Chavez wasn’t on Cristina resumption but he sent a letter
Buenos Aires, December 10, 2011
Venezuela President Hugo Chavez could not travel to Buenos Aires for the resumption of Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner and instead sent a letter.
“My sister, four years ago you received the baton from the hands of Nestor. This December 10, 2011 you will receive it from the hands of people to which you both devoted your lives. The people in which Nestor lives and will live forever,” the president wrote.
“He [Nestor] still with us, and is accompanying you, brave woman, Courage President, as Nestor define you” he continues.
“What glory, what honor! What else can claim a citizen than Argentine people love?, said Evita Peron,” Chavez added.
“What glory and what an honor for you, Cristina, having inherited labor and delivery to the needy that great power that exists only in the irresistible force of love, and this is a phrase of Bolivar.”
“Cristina there is your humble people who from the fervently Argentine heart raised again the name of a woman, and here comes another sentence of Evita: a humble woman who loves you dearly and she did not mind burning her life if it takes a little happiness to a place of her homeland,” the letter concludes.
Chavez was unable to travel to the country due to heavy rains that hit Venezuela for these hours. Venezuelan Foreign Minister Nicolas Maduro, was sent in place of the president