Cristina Kirchner gave her speech for the Anniversary of the Revolution of May
Argentina, May 25, 2012
Cristina Kirchner gave today a speech that lasted about 45 minutes to celebrate the 202° anniversary of the May Revolution. Through it, she toured the nine years of Kirchner in power, since in May 25 of 2003 Nestor Kirchner assumed the presidency of the country.
She said about him that “he will be remembered for different things. Some say that the most important was the cancellation of external debt, others when he removed the painting of Videla, others the education law, others will say is what the FTAA in Mar del Plata, where he was secretary of UNASUR and managed missions such as Colombia and Venezuela and others like equal marriage and the presence of youth in the streets.”
On the other hand she gave a few words to the recent nationalization of YPF “this political decision making independent oil and gas will favor that we have self-sufficiency. It is the idea that we fight more. I want to thank the opposition for supporting the law. There can’t be anything more important than the interests of Argentina. “