Tag: Cristina Fernandez

Cristina Fernandez
Wednesday, August 27th 2014 - 20:21 UTC

Cristina Fernandez proposes a new capital for Argentina and compares herself with San Martín

Her proposal is to move the capital to Santiago del Estero, 'closer to the Pacific' and where elections are scheduled for Sunday

Argentine president Cristina Fernandez threw her weight behind moving the capital Buenos Aires to the northern province of Santiago del Estero, an idea hitherto only pioneered by Lower House Speaker Julian Domínguez.

Saturday, August 23rd 2014 - 07:28 UTC

Argentina: “Cristina, share your fortune with the many impoverished in recent years”

Jose Nun was Culture minister with president Nestor Kirchner and is a much respected intellectual and academic in Argentina

A former cabinet minister of ex-president Nestor Kirchner said he wished that the current head of state, Cristina Fernandez would donate part of her considerable fortune so as to help all those people that have suffered impoverishment in recent years.

Thursday, August 21st 2014 - 08:06 UTC

'A contempt of court does not apply to sovereign Argentina', says Capitanich

The cabinet chief during his daily morning media conference

Anticipating what seems an imminent order of contempt-of-court by US Judge Thomas Griesa following Argentine President Cristina Fernández decision to push a bill to change the payment jurisdiction to Buenos Aires, Cabinet Chief Jorge Capitanich pointed out that as a “sovereign country” Argentina cannot end up in contempt despite Griesa’s warnings.

Thursday, August 21st 2014 - 07:46 UTC

'Malvinas Institute' in La Plata university to research 'sovereignty policies'

“Our idea is to make Malvinas an important studies issue in all disciplines: from geography, to history and human rights” said Fernando Tauber

The University of La Plata, province of Buenos Aires, is setting up a “Malvinas Institute” that will specialize in 'sovereignty policies' research, as part of the Political Sciences department. The new research and extension center will be located in a former military barracks in downtown La Plata which was ceased to the university.

Thursday, August 21st 2014 - 07:18 UTC

Argentina back-steps on applying 'anti-terrorism' law on a US company

Argentina's head of the securities regulator, CNV, Alejandro Vanoli said that the anti-terrorism law will not be applied against the United States printing firm RR Donnelley, as president Cristina Fernández had announced last Thursday.

Wednesday, August 20th 2014 - 09:22 UTC

Nervous Cristina skirts New York court and pledges to service swapped bonds in Argentina

CFK said debt holders can swap their bonds for notes with “identical terms and financial conditions, and with equal nominal value” under Argentine law.

President Cristina Fernandez said on Tuesday her government will move to service its defaulted debt in Argentina or allow bondholders to swap their bonds for new bonds governed by national law in order to get around a U.S. court order.

Saturday, August 16th 2014 - 11:32 UTC

Trust in Argentine reliability has vanished, as a result of the bonds' litigation

Cristina Fernández said the collapse of a private deal proved what she has long said: 'vulture funds' do not want to reach an agreement

Debt talks on Argentina’s defaulted bonds in the hands of holdout hedge funds ultimately collapsed this week due to disagreements over prices and the absence of a government guarantee to honor payments on the paper, sources close to the discussions said.

Wednesday, August 13th 2014 - 22:29 UTC

Majority of Argentines fear consequences of the default and favor continuing negotiations

Support for Cristina Fernandez has also dropped during the last month in parallel with the ongoing drop in consumers' confidence

A majority of the Argentine electorate is pessimistic about the consequences of the 'selective default' on the economy, but considers that negotiations with the 'holdouts' must continue, according to a public opinion poll from Poliarquia which also showed that support for president Cristina Fernandez has fallen during the last month.

Wednesday, August 13th 2014 - 05:28 UTC

Finally Cristina Fernandez is on an official visit to Paraguay

The Argentine president will be returning Triple Alliance war trophies: furniture and other belongings from Mariscal Francisco Solano Lopez

Argentine president Cristina Fernandez arrived Tuesday evening to Paraguay to begin early Wednesday an official visit which has been delayed several times. Besides the usual agenda discussions and accords signing with her peer Horacio Cartes, the visit will also have a strong symbolism since the Argentine president will be formally returning to Paraguay furniture and other belongings from one of the country's most revered leaders, Francisco Solano Lopez.

Friday, August 8th 2014 - 09:07 UTC

Argentina announces measures to prop the economy and avoid redundancies

One of the measures will be the renewal of urban bus fleets, “which should benefit 16 million people”

A day after Economy minister Axel Kicillof admitted problems with the Argentine economy, president Cristina Fernandez announced on Thursday a battery of measures to prop economic activity, open the labor market for young people, avoid redundancies and give the property market a thrust.

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