Cristina inaugurates a stand at the Venice Biennale
Buenos Aires, August 27, 2012
President Cristina Kirchner inaugurated a permanent stand of Argentina in the Venice Architecture Biennale through national chain, from Technopolis.
“For the first time in history we have a permanent stand of Argentina” at the Venice Biennale, held since 1885, said the president.
“We are building something different,” said the president, after which added that “we need to go for more, increasingly more kids go to school, to learn more, to have more retention in enrollment, to train more workers.”
However, Cristina had a slip at the beginning of her speech: “I would have liked to stay in Venice and not in Villa Martelli,” said the head of state and aware of her sentence immediately added: ” Technopolis is very nice, but … “.