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CFK: Macri merely a manager of policies imposed from abroad

Tuesday, November 20th 2018 - 07:38 UTC
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Former Argentine President Cristina Fernández Kirchner (CFK) Monday criticized the administration of her successor Mauricio Macri in a speech that lasted over an hour at the anti-G20 summit in Buenos Aires, saying - among other things - that by taking a loan from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) the current president merely manages what is dictated to him. Read full article


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  • Tango2017

    Hopefully, they have the photos, fingerprints of all the people who attended this group of envy as most will be on a long list of corrupt individuals that will end up or have been in jail for stealing money off the poor. It is obscene.

    Nov 20th, 2018 - 10:41 am - Link - Report abuse 0
  • Chicureo

    They should have appropriately had the conference in Caracas or Havana.
    Dilma, Cristina and Pepe disgust me.

    Nov 20th, 2018 - 05:54 pm - Link - Report abuse 0
  • Enrique Massot

    It was refreshing to listen to CFK's high-caliber speech, after enduring an endless litany of platitudes inflicted on Argentines by president Macri for the last three years.

    In front of a crowded room, Cristina delivered a message of broad unity to defeat neoliberal Cambiemos alliance in October 2019, as estranged Peronists and politicians of other allegiances rejoin the ranks.

    Macri, whose major goal (beside creating good business opportunities for himself and associates) since taking office was the destruction of Kirchnerism as political movement, has instead succeeded in prompting unity in the ranks of the opposition.

    It is true that the future Argentine government will have a huge task overcoming the effects of Macri/Cambiemos' scorched-earth mismanagement of the economy that has made the country submissive to the designs of the IMF on the heels of a gargantuan foreign debt.

    However, as Nestor Kirchner did from 2003 on, a government supporting its people can put Argentina back on its feet -- without a doubt.

    Nov 20th, 2018 - 08:44 pm - Link - Report abuse -2

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