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November 2nd, 2013

Perhaps she began to perceive when, speaking for the second time in the series of three speeches by national chain that gave the week, decided to appeal to a Congress suddenly turned into a life raft. It would be a mistake, emphasizes Grondona, assume that the respondents and the jumbo drawers are asking for a step to the side of Cristina. What you are asking is not to change it but it change. Because, if it had already lost classes urban middle that did not vote in October 2007, it is now losing rural mean Yes classes voted it. If it doesn’t change soon, only will have distracted support of captive masses traveling in trucks from the Government to the icy official acts.

Definitely suggests a change in the style of driving, negotiation of appreciation of the scope and impact that is generated when put into practice new legal measures, such as export taxes, without foreseeing the consequences. You should look for another language, a more democratic approach, have to overcome the current ideology, like Grondona exposed whereas the ideology that still stands between the Kirchners and the reality of a country that is very different from which he conceived when young people in the 1970s could call it neomontonera. She warns above all in those passages of the President’s speech in which the author seeks to show friendly front to those who do not think like her. It is that still, behind this gesture perhaps heartfelt, late an ideology that condemns everything that the country achieved before 2003. This clearly minority view, which does not express nor the true course of peronism, jumps to view everytime the President revives his conception of history. Made certain that one sees and listening through international channels such as CNN, when recounted this week the harrowing days of the military coup of June 16, 1955, the Chairperson Cristina elevated to the lectern in the official chain to a survivor of those days cruel, in which protruded the attempt to run back the origin of Argentine woes, from the 1970s up to the 50.


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