The vice president Cristina Kirchner will reappear this Friday afternoon in an act in El Calafateprovince of Santa Cruz. It will be a few days after having resumed the dialogue with President Alberto Fernández, after a tense weekend due to the departure of Martín Guzmán from the Ministry of Economy. There is great expectation for speech provided by the exmandataria from 4:00 p.m. The same is on the occasion of the opening of Cinema Municipal Theater of that Patagonian locality.
“Going to the act,” Cristina Kirchner posted on her Twitter account shortly before 4:30 p.m. The message was accompanied by a photograph where the vice president is seen from behind walking on an open space, under the sun and with snowy ground. In the place of the ceremony, the governor of Santa Cruz, Alicia Kirchner, and the local mayor, Javier Belloni, are waiting for her.
The expectation around what Cristina Kirchner says
In the Frente de Todos there is great expectation for the economic diagnosis that the vice president could make. Although she has been doing it in her last two appearances in the Greater Buenos Aires, this Friday she adds a plus. It is that Cristina will take the floor after the reunion with Alberto Fernández. The vice president and the president dined last Monday at Quinta de Olivos, after defining Silvina Batakis as the new head of the Palacio de Hacienda.
Meanwhile, it is the first public appearance of Cristina Kirchner after Guzmán slammed the door, who last Saturday published his resignation letter on public social networks minutes before 6:00 p.m. It was just at the same time that the vice president delivered a harsh message about the economic situation in Argentina from the Buenos Aires town of Ensenada.
About the ceremony in El Calafate
During the act that the head of the Senate will lead, agreements will also be signed with national universities to teach careers and technical degrees at the Center of National Universities of El Calafate. For this reason, the Minister of National Education, Jaime Perczyk, who replaced Nicolás Trotta months ago, another of the leaders who responded to Fernández within the Casa Rosada, was also invited.
Warming up to Máximo Kirchner’s mode
This Thursday, the national deputy and leader of La Cámpora, Máximo Kirchner, warmed up the activity with a harsh message for the interior of the coalition. “Many times in recent months, not without pain, I heard important leaders of our space refer very badly and in a very bad way to the compañera Cristina and they hugged Guzmán,” said Máximo.
And he fired: “He left them lying around and there is Cristina again putting on her face to get this off the ground.” Along these lines, the head of the Buenos Aires Justicialist Party criticized the economic management of the national Executive. However, despite the fact that Cristina and Alberto made a truce for the ceasefire, the economic and political crisis continues to plague the Government.