Cristina said again that there is no stocks exchange “pillory” in Argentina
October 1, 2012
President Cristina Kirchner said that the media should look for another title as the “exchange pillory” does not correspond to the reality of Argentina, because “we had to pay about 79.088 million dollars in debt, imports and international tourism.”
Cristina said that the word “pillory” refers to an element of torture nineteenth century essentially to immobile trapping people, but through figures she showed in a ceremony at Government House, the president said that this has nothing to do with the exchange movement given in the country.
She also stressed that the Argentines have absolute freedom to travel abroad as she could see when was in New York, where she could see many compatriots.
The president also said that everyone has right to disagree with government policies in this area, but asked to have a corresponding name, as “pillory” is not exactly.
Also she wants that people who disagree with her management have succeed in finding “the right political leader to express it to the whole society.”