12.03.2011 [Télam] - La presidenta Cristina Fernández de Kirchner hizo llegar ayer "todo el afecto y la solidaridad" del gobierno nacional y del pueblo argentino a Japón, ante el trágico sismo que azotó ayer a esa nación asiática. En una carta dirigida al primer ministro
11.03.2011 [Buenos Aires Herald] - President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner expressed “solidarity and condolences” from the national government and the Argentine public to Japan, in light of the tragic earthquake and tsunami which took place today. In a letter written to Japanese Prime
11.03.2011 [Buenos Aires Herald] - President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner called for the construction based in coincidences, “not in differences,” during the celebration of Cámpora's presidential victory. Although the audience proclaimed her re-election, the Head of State did not
11.03.2011 [ESPN Deportes] - BUENOS AIRES -- La presidenta Cristina Fernández de Kirchner recibió en la noche del jueves a la jugadora de hockey sobre césped de Las Leonas Luciana Aymar en la Casa de Gobierno. Según se informó, abordaron temas relacionados con el deporte nacional
10.03.2011 [MiamiHerald.com] - No new regulations have been recently established, according to city spokesperson Cristina Fernandez. The rules the city has established for the trucks could force them to change how, when, and where they operate. - Obtain a peddler's license.
10.03.2011 [UPI.com] - BUENOS AIRES, March 10 (UPI) -- Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner is seeking to wean her administration away from the powerful Peronist constituency before October elections in a strategy that critics say is fraught with risks for her
10.03.2011 [Stabroek News] - By Stabroek staff | View Comments BUENOS AIRES, (Reuters) - Argentine economists vow to resist a government crackdown on their independent inflation estimates and accuse President Cristina Fernandez of trying to silence critics before October's
10.03.2011 [Buenos Aires Herald] - Likewise, the political leader charged against President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner: “The worst thing that can happen to Cristina, would be to end being reelected since she is not prepared to manage, and has never been.”
09.03.2011 [Buenos Aires Herald] - During the opening ceremony of a new building in the Quilmes University, President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner once again refused to comment on her potential decision to seek reelection in October. “We will see,” she said in response to some
09.03.2011 [Hispanically Speaking News] - In Argentina, a woman's group called the “Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo” marched to the government palace, known as the Pink House, where they unveiled a giant graphic that pays homage to president Cristina Fernández; The president is pictured next to
09.03.2011 [Buenos Aires Herald] - An estimated two thousand cars drove through the highway, but no considerable delays or accidents were reported. The carnival holiday, which was reinstated by President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner by a DNU emergency decree, was celebrated all along
09.03.2011 [La Voz del Interior] - El precandidato presidencial por la UCR Ricardo Alfonsín imitó a la presidenta, Cristina Fernández, y al jefe de Gabinete, Aníbal Fernández, en un acto partidario. En tono de broma, el hijo del ex presidente inventó un diálogo entre la jefa de Estado y
08.03.2011 [Xinhua] - Cristina Fernandez, current president of Argentina since 2007, was the first elected female president in the country. Most recently, Dilma Rousseff became president of Brazil in January, the first woman to hold the office in the country.
07.03.2011 [IMarketnews.com] - Use of the reserves, too, will help ease concerns of any debt payment problems as President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner prepares a possible reelection bid in the October election. Argentina has a debt of $140 billion, and faces repayments of $20.7
07.03.2011 [Buenos Aires Herald] - Thus, Cobos responded to Interior Minister Florencio Randazzo, who had said that the vice president "had resigned to all convictions that made him part of the 2007 presidential ticket along with President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner.
07.03.2011 [Financial Times (blog)] - For now, despite incumbent Cristina Fernández's coyness about whether or not she will be a candidate – she asked last week whether anyone had heard her publicly confirm her intention – the election is hers to lose. She, or whoever runs on the
06.03.2011 [Independent] - The same rule applies in Argentina, where women hold 39 per cent of seats in the lower house, and the President, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, is female. Yet quotas are controversial. Professor Galligan said positive measures ultimately "become
06.03.2011 [TrustLaw] - BUENOS AIRES, March 5 (Reuters) - Argentina's government said on Saturday it had granted export permits to allow grains shipments delayed at ports after President Cristina Fernandez dissolved the state agency in charge of the multibillion-dollar farm
06.03.2011 [Buenos Aires Herald] - The head of the Victory Front bloc in the Lower House, Deputy Agustín Rossi, reiterated that there are no intentions of president Cristina Fernández de Kirchner to seek for a third period if the Head of State should end reelected on next October
05.03.2011 [Buenos Aires Herald] - Federal Peronism presidential pre-candidate Eduardo Duhalde said those seeking a constitutional reform in order to reelect President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner indefinitely are “tattletales,” and asked Interior Minister Florencio Randazzo to be
05.03.2011 [Buenos Aires Herald] - President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner called for businessmen to “promote diversification” in terms of production, in order to have “a higher level of rentability” and increase “investments in science and technology.” The president gave a speech in
05.03.2011 [Voltaire Network] - In announcing her government's National Strategic Industrialization Plan—2020, on February 24, Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner firmly defended her country's right to industrialize, and to protect both that industry, and the workers
04.03.2011 [Bloomberg] - Argentina signed agreements to receive a total of $3.5 billion in credit lines from lenders including the World Bank and Inter-American Development Bank, President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner
04.03.2011 [Hispanically Speaking News] - Several supporters of “Kishnerism” are upset that Vargas Llosa was the official selection, given his sharp criticism of Cristina Fernández, and other populist leaders of Latin América. Horacio González, the director of Argentina's National Library
04.03.2011 [TrustLaw] - BUENOS AIRES, March 3 (Reuters) - Grains ships are facing delays in Argentine ports since President Cristina Fernandez dissolved the state agency in charge of the multibillion-dollar farm trade last week, an industry executive said on Thursday.
03.03.2011 [Buenos Aires Herald] - President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner announced that the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), the Andean Development Corporation (ADC) and the World Bank, will loan Argentina US$3.5 billion destined to public works. Fernández de Kirchner stated
03.03.2011 [Living in Peru] - I subscribe to the beliefs expressed by the president [Cristina Fernández],” announced head of the cabinet Aníbal Fernández on an Argentine radio station. Horacio González, director of Argentina's national library, stated that the president had called
03.03.2011 [Buenos Aires Herald] - Fernández seemed upset after remarks made by the opposition yesterday, which targeted President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner for not addressing inflation during her speech in Congress. “It doesn't exist,” he said, although he acknowledged that during
03.03.2011 [Buenos Aires Herald] - Sanz stated that Cristina Fernández de Kirchner's government “is finished” and assured that along with his Radical peers he is in “absolute condition to lead a possible, viable government,” although he warned that in order to do so, “they need to win
02.03.2011 [Buenos Aires Herald] - Cabinet Chief, Aníbal Fernández, expressed today that President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner's candidacy for next October elections is “inevitable”, and added, “The Argentine people will vote the candidate capable of taking good care of their