CFK reiterates “double standard” criticism against media
President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner today returned to Argentina after the official trip that took her to the Vatican and France this week.
"Olivos. Noon. Already back from a week of intense international agenda,” the head of state wrote in her official Twitter account and referred to the Paris Salon Du Livre, where she headed the opening ceremony as Argentina was invited as this year's guest of honour.
She continued to thank the invitation by her French counterpart Francois Holland and transcribed parts of the speech she delivered in Paris before editors and writers from France and Argentina.
However, she questioned some media outlets on how they informed about the latest referendum in Crimea and the one carried out in Malvinas Islands last year.
"Do you remember what I said in Paris about the double standard?” she continued. “Double standards are no good for the international law nor for other things either,” she fired.