May 24, 2013
Estamos de estrenoWednesday, December 15, 2010
Villa Soldati conflict 'didn't just get out of hand,' was 'deliberately sponsored' by some, CFK says
While attending the opening ceremony of an Expedited Documentation Center in José C. Paz, President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner said the violent clashes between residents and squatters in the south of the city "didn't just get out of hand" and accused certain sectors of "deliberately sponsoring" them.
"Progress and social mobility are the kind of order that any country deserves," she said, urging the population to "respect each other despite our differences."
"I want us all to stand together, believing in God and in ourselves. God made us all in his image, and he will keep protecting us," she said before thousands of followers that had attended the event.
She then explained that one of the things she shared with her late husband was "their love for the most vulnerable sectors of society," namely "those who have not been able to acquire their most basic rights," such as decent housing.
Regarding the recent violent events taking place in Villa Soldati, she warned that the situation "didn't just get out of hand."
On the contrary, she accused that they had been "deliberately sponsored" by someone.
Before closing, Mrs. Fernández de Kirchner assured that she would "stand by her people and society, and make any decision necessary in order to maintain the country in the great position it is today."