the vice president Cristina Kirchner reappears in a public act this Friday, March 10, after the foundations of the conviction of six years in prison and perpetual disqualification from holding public office in the framework of the Cause Road.
The act is at the University of Río Negro, where they will deliver a for the title of honor and he will offer a speech that could be key in internal politics, sharpened in recent days with criticism within the ruling party itself in the face of the elections.
The meeting had been called starting at 6:00 p.m. at the Atlantic headquarters of the house of studies, in Viedma, where there are about 1,200 guests, including academics and officials, and in the vicinity received the support of political militants.
This week, the campaign to “break the ban” of Cristina Kirchner amplified the centrality of the figure of the vice president within the Frente de Todos, amid tensions with the president Alberto Fernandez, who hinted that he is not going to get out of the race for re-election until a candidate is launched who measures better than him in the Front of All.
18.30 Cristina Kirchner took the stage of the National University of Río Negro
The head of the Senate entered the stage that was set up in the gym of the facilities of the University of Río Negro. There, among songs, applause and posters, she played the national anthem to open the event. The rector of the institution, Anselmo Torres, is also present.
While the rector began the act, those present sang “Christina President”.
18.00 The transmission began in advance of the act of Cristina Kirchner
The vice president entered the area of the gymnasium of the National University of Río Negro in a traffic van after 6:00 p.m., and it is expected that in the next few minutes she will take the stage for the dissertation.
Cristina Kirchner will receive an ‘honoris causa’ degree
15:34 Oscar Parrilli: “If Cristina Kirchner is a candidate, they are going to disqualify her like Lula Da Silva”
The national senator from the Frente de Todos affirmed that if the vice president runs to try to return to the Casa Rosada, “they will disqualify her” and recalled that this situation occurred with the Brazilian Luiz Inacio “Lula” Da Silva.
“It is not her decision to be a candidate or not: the banishmentThey don’t want her as a candidate,” said the Neuquén legislator.
in dialogue with Radio Coloniathe president of the Instituto Patria expanded: “If the Frente de Todos presents it, it will happen as happened with Lula, who was disqualified 15 days before the presentation of the list.”
14.00 José Luis Gioja: Cristina “continues to occupy the centrality” of the Frente de Todos
In the preview of the act of the head of the Senate, the former president of the Justicialista Party considered that Cristina Kirchner “continues to occupy the central position within the Frente de Todos.”
“We all stand in solidarity with her. The court ruling is a joke, the grounds are all part of a political campaign against Cristina,” said the legislator in radio statements to LA990.
“Everything she says is valuable, I would like her not to be intransigent and to be the candidate, but the impediment exists,” she said.
Aníbal Fernández pointed to Larroque and warned that Alberto Fernández does not get off: “They will have to go to a STEP”
13.00 Hugo Yasky: “The only way out is Cristina President”
Hugo Yasky, general secretary of the CTA de los Trabajadores, stated that “the only way out is ‘Cristina Presidenta,'” and said that “this must be won on the street.”
“It is clear that the upcoming election is not just any election, it is going to define our people, two models are facing each other. We have to defend in the streets the right for this country not to have more prescriptions,” he said in a dialogue with Radio Nacional.
12.16 Aníbal Fernández: “They are going to have to go to a STEP and let whoever wants to show up”
The Minister of National Security asked “high-ranking people in the province of Buenos Aires” to stop “annoying” the president Alberto Fernandez to lower your candidacy.
“They are going to have to go to a STEP”, warned Aníbal Fernández this Friday, March 10, in dialogue with Gustavo Sylvestre in Tomorrow Sylvestre (Radio 10).
Immediately afterwards, he stated that it would be good if “everyone “proposed to do the same”, which for him is “to forget the internal one and work to compose an intelligent proposal that really attracts the attention of the electorate.”
The strong statements by Aníbal Fernández come after the questioning of the Buenos Aires Minister of Community Development, Andrés “El Cuervo” Larroque, against the head of state.
During the usual Thursday press conference, presidential spokeswoman Gabriela Cerruti also charged Larroque by emphasizing that the coalition is made up of many people and that the President “does not answer to a minister of the Province.”
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