May 25, 2013
Aníbal Fernández: 'People understood Argentina couldn’t be in improvised hands'
Cabinet Chief and Senator-elect Aníbal Fernández celebrated the overwhelming victory of the Victory Front in the general elections and considered that “people understood that Argentina could not be left in improvised hands.”
Fernández added that “only two people were capable to administrate the country: Néstor Kirchner and Cristina.”
“Néstor is no longer here and Cristina is now attending to the people’s gesture, that acknowledges she’s a leader,” the Cabinet Chief continued.
He insisted that the challenge for the next four years is to deepen “a model of social inclusion, no poverty, no unemployment, growth and industry development, of Argentine products being sold in other countries and produced” in the country.