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Tuesday, May 21, 2019

With a 12-minute message, Cristina Kirchner blew up the Argentine political board

Last Saturday at 9 in the morning, the ex-president Cristina Fernández de Kirchner (CFK) announced through social networks, in a 12-minute video, that Alberto Fernández, a Peronist politician, would be a presidential candidate and she, the vice president. Surprise, bewilderment and cataclysmic effects.

The confusion and disorientation of the Government and its allies was notorious. They could not articulate consistent and critical arguments. The move was not in anyone's calculations and it toppled the axes of the existing political scenario. Everything was disrupted with a single play. In the "cristinista" forces and their allies it generated joy, because the call calls to build a new majority that is competitive in the presidential elections of October. Although the play means a slide to center positions.

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