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President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner spoke this afternoon to Sarmiento line trains crash in Castelar, that left three dead and 315 wounded. The president said at Government House that after the Castelar rail tragedy “plus solidarity and pain” feels “anger and impotence.” “I can not fail to mention, first of all, my solidarity and pain [...]
The President urged to establish “a healthy democratic debate” and said: “The leaders of this plural space do not stand before the microphones to denounce because we have the things we did and we do and we will do.”
The ceremony was led by President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner at Government House. Also Nilda Garre designation as ambassador to the OAS entered the Senate.
President Cristina Kirchner criticized without naming the officials who want to have a million friends and get along with everyone.
Faced with rising inflation, President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner announced measures to control prices with a new plan called “Look to care”, which involve youth movements.
President Cristina Kirchner announced a series of measures for the victims of the storm that struck the cities of Buenos Aires and La Plata.
President Cristina Kirchner toured the areas affected by the storm in the town of Tolosa where her mother and sister live and told reporters: “My mother lives in the same house of her entire life and has no water or electricity like any other neighbor.”
President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner piloted a plane to present the Aerolíneas Argentinas (AA) center of flight simulators in Ezeiza. The simulation was carried out at the airport in Bariloche.
President Cristina Kirchner inaugurated the Space Sere Mansion, a center that aims to “research and interpretation” of recent history. She gave a conciliatory message saying that “We cannot have the arrogance to think that we never make mistakes.”
President Cristina Kirchner shared a lunch with the pope Francis at the Vatican which has already made a huge impact, because the president asked him to intervene in order to achieve a dialogue with the United Kingdom over the Malvinas issue.
President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner met with Pope Francis in the Vatican, where the president gave different gifts to the high priest, as a mate and a book. The Pope thanked the gifts and out of all the mandatory protocol kissed her on the cheek. Cristina said: “I had never been kissed by a pope.”
Journalist Jorge Lanata published a reflection on the first anniversary of Once tragedy and the reaction of President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner during this time, entitled ‘When the pain is not looking straight at’.
President Cristina Kirchner began this morning her official activity in the UAE, and made bilateral agreements with Khalifa bin Al Nahyan.
After a stint in Cuba where she had lunch with Fidel and Raul Castro and met with relatives of Hugo Chavez, President Cristina Kirchner will arrive on Sunday to Emirates, the first destination of the trade that make extensive tour through Asia and culminating on Monday 21.
After the 77-day journey in Ghana, the frigate Libertad reached Mar del Plata with an act prepared by the ruling, which will have the word of President Cristina Kirchner.
The Ministry of Defence said today that the Fragata Libertad of the Argentina Navy is already in the Argentine Sea, on the last leg of its journey back to the country.
National Government sources reported that, “the President will travel to Havana to see Hugo Chávez, but Mujica and the President of the Assembly of Venezuela Diosdado Cabello want the Presidents of the Mercosur to attend a ‘virtual assumption’ representative on Thursday on Venezuelan soil”.
David Cameron had stated that: “He is willing to fight to preserve the islands”, justifying the presence of troops and warplanes in the archipelago.
Former cabinet chief Alberto Fernandez criticized President Cristina Kirchner reproach to Justice and actor Ricardo Darin, and warned that the head of state “believes that judges are her ministers who are accountable”.
President Cristina Kirchner wrote a long letter to Ricardo Darin, in response to statements by the actor, where he said he would like an explanation on “the heritage growth of Kirchner family”.