The governors, from Tierra del Fuego and Santa Fe will be part of the delegation when the Argentine presentation before the UN Decolonisation Committee on the Falklands/Malvinas sovereignty dispute, next Thursday June 20 in New York.
Argentine president Cristina Fernandez resumes her public agenda on Monday and there are great expectations since she will be heading a ceremony celebrating the 200th anniversary of the Argentine flag and it will be her first public exposure following last week’s train accident that left 51 dead and over 700 injured.
“We received a vote of confidence from the Santa Fe people”, said early Monday the Argentine province next governor Socilaist Antonio Bonfatti, following his tight Sunday victory which also “cast a punishing vote” for the government of President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, ahead of next October election.
In what is seen as a major setback for Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner ‘Victory Front’ her candidate to governor of the country’s fourth most important electoral district, Santa Fe came in third with just 22.2% of the votes at Sunday’s provincial election.
Santa Fe is Argentina’s fourth most important electoral circuit and on Sunday will be voting for governor and a package of provincial officials from lawmakers for the local congress to councilors.