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Montevideo, June 16th 2019 - 06:54 UTC

President Macri and Cristina Fernandez share similar high rejection levels

Tuesday, June 11th 2019 - 09:19 UTC
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As the date approaches (end of June) for all political groupings in Argentina to have their hopefuls nominated and ready to compete in the August open, mandatory and simultaneous primaries for each party to select their candidates for the presidential election next October, spotlights are following the polarized scenario with Cristina Fernandez and her presidential candidate on the one side, and president Mauricio Macri's reelection strategy on the other. Read full article

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  • :o))

    MAY THE MOST CORRUPT WIN!

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  • Enrique Massot

    “A “terrifying” option, bringing back Cristina and her gang of corrupt bullies, or keep to Macri and his very poor handling of the economy with a damaging inflation and loss of jobs.”

    Is this an opinion piece disguised as reporting, MP?

    So, if Cristina has a gang of “corrupt bullies,” while poor Mauricio has just had a “very poor handling of the economy,” the logic conclusion would be that most electors would vote for what here is presented as “the lesser evil” that is, Mauricio, eh?

    Only, calling Cristina the boss of a gang of bullies has not been established by any court of justice to this day.

    And regarding Mauricio and his “very poor handling of the economy,” just wait the day when judges will be able to begin working on hundreds of denunciations of corrupt practices by the current government.

    Oh, and opinion polls as well as several provincial elections all point to a win by Peronism at this point. The information presented above has been slanted to create the idea that FF and MM are in parity today. They are not.

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  • :o))

    The country is not even worth buying or selling! So, why is the population is struggling to elect a corrupt leader?

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