Argentina policy reaction by the death of Hugo Chavez
March 5, 2013
The death of the Venezuela President Hugo Chavez generated samples of pain in the Argentina ruling and a respectful remembrance among the references of the opposition platform.
Vice President Amado Boudou was one of the first to express his feelings minutes after his Venezuelan counterpart Nicolas Maduro confirmed the news of the death.
“I regret the death of President Chavez. My condolences to his family and followers. Great pain in America. It was one of the best. Until Always: Near Nestor will lead us to the victory of the people”, the head of the Senate published in Twitter.
The president of Lower House Julián Domínguez, remarked that Chavez “gave his life for his people”, and sent condolences to the Venezuelan people.
For its part, the government senator Aníbal Fernández recalled the bond that joined the Bolivarian President Néstor and Cristina Kirchner: “He was a cofounder of all forms of South American organization. I felt for him a peculiar affection, because I had a very special gesture to call him by the name, these things sometimes impact too. Argentina owes much to these people.”
Congressman Agustín Rossi recalled Chavez as a “Latin American leader who worked a lot for an integrated Latin America and united.”
“Profound grief over the loss of a great statesman and companion, with Nestor will continue to guide the destiny of our continent returning rights to the poor people and working for a free and sovereign future for our Latin America,” said, Congressman Héctor Recalde.