the vice president Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner confirmed that, one day after reading the arguments of the sentence against him in the Highway case, he is going to give a keynote speech this Friday in the town of Viedma, Rio Negrowill be at 18 and is called: “Hegemony or consensus? Rupture of the democratic pact in a bi-monetary economy: inflation and IMF, debt crisis and political fragmentation”.
The conference will be held during the award ceremony of an honorary doctorate that the University of Río Negro will give him. The event will also be the prelude to the act that the Kirchner organizations will hold the next day, in the town of Avellaneda, to request that the ban on the vice president be lifted and that she be the candidate of Peronism in 2023.
The proscription and the PASS
While the sectors that identify with CFK continue to work on the clamor operation, President Alberto Fernández continues in “campaign mode”, touring the provinces. This Monday, for example, he was in Santiago del Estero for the inauguration of a school. From Kirchnerism they returned to the charge with the defense of the vice president and a series of leaders came out to reaffirm that Cristina has to be the space candidate. In addition, several insist on the position of maintaining that it is not a good option for Peronism to go to a Paso, in which one of the candidates is the President. Fernández does not give up and continues without giving definitions in this regard.
“There are no conditions for a reelection of Alberto Fernández this year. The moderate variant is sold out”launched the Buenos Aires minister, Andrés “Cuervo” Larroque and amidst other considerations. “I have doubts that the President intends for Peronism to win,” he said. The Cámpora leader, who is also one of the organizers of the 11M event, explained that with the mobilization that day and the that they have planned for the following weeks until the closing of the lists on June 24, “they seek to break a situation of proscription.”We have to accumulate forces to generate the conditions and that she then defines. Beyond the candidacies, a system of power must be faced and this requires the unity of all sectors and political, union and social leadership,” he clarified.
Fight and Come Back Cristina
Mario Seccothe mayor of Ensenada who is also part of the organization of the act that will be held in Avellaneda, indicated: “We do not make empty politics. We fight with those who really plunder our country. We do not hide behind a desk to see how we We accommodate. We do politics based on our convictions and, If we raise the Fight and Come Back, it is because we stand on our hands again so that CFK has the power“. “We are not going to shrink because they have the justice of Comodoro Py. We are going to break the ban and we are going to lead the fight,” he said vehemently.
Another of those who came out in tandem to make statements in favor of the vice president was senator Oscar Parrilli. During a radio interview, and as prior to the reading of the arguments of the sentence by the Federal Oral Court 2 that will be this Thursday, the senator said that CFK “are taking away civil and political rights”, and that this situation is “comparable to what it was in ’55 with the persecution of Peronism.” Then, Parrilli added: “The degree of abuse, of persecution that took place in these four years (by the government of Mauricio Macri) ended in this sentence. A fabricated trial. The special judges appointed by Macri are the ones who hold these trials.”
The magisterial conference in Río Negro
As explained in a document by the authorities of the University of Río Negro, the honoris causa is given to “people of exceptional merit who have contributed significantly to the social, scientific and cultural progress of the Nation”, and in particular to Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, “for the relevant role it has played in the development of the Argentine university system in general and in the creation and development of the National University of Río Negro”. The university will make a series of distinctions throughout the year to celebrate 40 years of democracy and which includes, in addition to Kirchner, the academics Rita Segato, Dora Barrancos and Catalina Wainerman.
For this activity, the FdT senator for Río Negro, Martin Donate. The Rector of the University of Río Negro, Anselmo Torresmeanwhile, indicated that “the Vice President of the Nation is the personification of the transcendent democratic elements of our institutional identity. She is a reference, not only of regional politics, but an outstanding personality in the conquest of rights. It was during her management as president of the Nation when progress was made in international vanguard gender policies, such as Equal Marriage and the Gender Identity Law, partially repaying the debt that the democratic system still owes to women”.