December 12, 2013
CFK implies Macri connected to attempts to overthrow government
As soon as she arrived in St Petersburg to attend the G20 meeting scheduled to begin tomorrow, president Cristina Fernández de Kirchner got into the Twitter spirit again and spitted out 40 tweets connecting Mayor of Buenos Aires City Mauricio Macri with an alleged attempt to overthrow her government.
She referred to “bankers, media owners and their media chatterboxes, economic gurus, monopolistic businessmen, union leaders,” among those who attack the government.
After announcing her arrival to the Russian city, she went on to launch a series of enigmatic phrases like: "Bariloche. The red circle and the black circle. No, it’s not the name of a detective movie.”
“We won with almost 55 percent of the votes in the largest and most cosmopolitan city of the Northern Patagonis,” she stressed adding “what’s really important is not the result but the reason why elections were held in Bariloche.”
"Remember," she wrote in English. “It was in December last year. For holidays. As always. Supermarket lootings which started there…”
The President linked these lootings in Bariloche with others triggered later in localities of the Buenos Aires province, run by pro-Massa mayors.