CFK: “They may be get the frigate, but not the freedom and sovereignty of this country”
October 22, 2012
Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner made today a national broadcast, at the Museum of the Bicentenary of the Casa Rosada, and said she heard comments where “few, thoroughly defended vultures who have violated all international rules believing they will extort and pressing the country” referring to the situation in Ghana with the frigate Libertad.
In this regard the President said, “They may get the frigate Libertad, but no vulture fund will stay the sovereignty and dignity of this country,” adding, “I will not give up any of my beliefs, I believe in what do.”
She did it in the framework of a bill sent to Congress to reform the capital market, which is set the National Securities Commission conduct a public offering control.
Cristina Kirchner said in this regard that “it’s a lie that there is no regulation, when the state does not do it the market does it and when it does it without state control, crises arrived”.