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A self-critical Urribarri says gov't to 'correct what has to be corrected'

Entre Ríos province Governor Sergio Urribarri (2nd from the left) shows up at the Parliament''s terrace to greet pro-goverment supporters.
As he arrived in Congress to attend the inauguration of ordinary sessions, Entre Ríos Governor Sergio Urribarri questioned the opposition’s criticism of the federal government, affirming that the Cristina Fernández de Kirchner is “self-critical”. “We will correct what has to be corrected.”

A close ally of head of state Kirchner Urribarri targeted leader of the Renewal Front opposition coalition Sergio Massa saying that the also ex cabinet chief during the president’s first term in office does not belong to the Justicialist Party. “He is a right-wing leader who will be able to compete (in 2015) just like any other candidate,” the governor – who will be possibly challenging other Kirchnerites in next year’s primary elections- told reporters.

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