December 11, 2013
CFK is 'informed, reads and knows everything,' Urribarri
Though still recovering at the Olivos presidential residency from a head surgery she underwent earlier this month, Cristina Fernández de Kirchner “reads and knows everything” about the current state of things in the country, governor of the Entre Ríos province Sergio Urribarri said today.
Urribarri’s statements seem to ratify what the ámbito.com news website reported yesterday; that state secretary Carlos Zannini was in charge of informing Fernández de Kirchner the news about the Supreme Cour’s decision that declared the constitutionality of the Broadcast Media Law. The President then should already be aware of yesterday’s historic ruling.
But the media law verdict is not the only political data of this week. On Monday, Kirchnerites already began to cope with the primaries’ defeat reaching only 30-percent of the ballots nationwide –the ruling Victory Front remains still the leading political force at national levels. Regarding the electoral outcome, the governor made an irony and asked “it’s been 72 hours and who remembers the elections today?”
What Urribarri did was to ratify governors’ support of the government. “We are about 15 governors who stand firmly; the (Kirchnerite) project is firmer than ever. State policies of Néstor Kirchner and Cristina (Fernández) have to be strengthened. We are not perfect, we could make mistakes but we correct them,” the provincial leader added.