28.02.2011 [Variety] - "This isn't an agreement between executives and the government, but with the people," said President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, who may seek reelection in October. "People will see events that have to do with popular culture and the passion of
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
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
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
08.03.2011 [MercoPress] - Political associates reiterated that there are no intentions of Argentine president Cristina Fernández de Kirchner to seek for a third period if the Head of State should end re-elected on next October presidential elections.
01.03.2011 [MercoPress] - Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner re-election bid is “inevitable” said cabinet chief Anibal Fernandez who nevertheless pointed out it was “premature” to talk about candidates for next October's presidential election.
09.03.2011 [MercoPress] - Next October Argentines will be going to the polls to vote for president and renew Congress which anticipates a rough political eight months, but before that the administration of President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner has to weather a round of
10.03.2011 [MercoPress] - Vice-President split from Cristina Fernandez and voted against a controversial tax on grain and oilseeds exports which had Argentine farmers blockading the country's highways and vital commodities trade.