Alberto Fernandez on Nestor Kirchner: “I miss him a lot, from the human and from politics”
October 27, 2012
Two years after Nestor Kirchner death, the former Cabinet Chief Alberto Fernandez remembered him as “a very important man, a breakthrough in politics at a time when politics was very mistreated”.
“People had great skepticism in 2003, and Kirchner broke it with a breath of fresh air in politics,” added Fernandez.
“I particularly miss him very much, from the human and from politics, no doubt.”
But for President Cristina Kirchner, Fernandez just launched harsh criticism.
“I would say the Government decline began before, in 2008 or 2009, with the electoral defeat because the government neglected many aspects that come a long time and then raising it raised in solitude,” he said.
“Cristina lost each year in office 20 billion dollars and did absolutely nothing and stalled the dollar,” he explained.
Néstor Kirchner “has not implemented a trap in the dollar” because “in the Kirchner government the problem we had was that the dollar will never be cheap, not to climb.”