May 24, 2013
Questions grow over CFK's running mate pick
Now that President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner has announced that she will be seeking reelection in October, many are wondering who she will pick as her running mate.
And even though there are no clear indications of whom she will eventually choose, in the last few days rumours surfaced that a few political leaders have been shortlisted to become her vice-presidential candidates.
The stronger contenders are rumoured to be the current Legal and Technical Advisor Carlos Zannini, Chaco Governor Jorge Capitanich, Salta Governor Juan Manuel Urtubey, and Media Secretary Juan Manuel Abal Medina.
Some others allegedly being considered are Santiago del Estero Governor, Radical Gerardo Zamora, Economi Minister Amado Boudou and Social Development Alicia Kirchner and even Supreme Court Justice Raúl Zaffaroni.