May 20, 2013
CFK: 'IMF admitted developed countries are complicating emerging countries' lives'
President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner affirmed that she "almost fell flat on my back" when she was informed that the International Monetary Fund (IMF) had admitted that the developed countries "are complicating the emerging countries' lives," regarding the international crisis.
"I almost fell on my back when I read that the IMF had included the need of employment for the social inclusion," the Head of State highlighted during a rally at the Government House.
During the rally, Fernández de Kirchner signed an agreement with the Software Committee and the Labour Ministry for training workshop, and also headed three video conferences, one with Mendoza province, the other with Avellaneda and the last one with General Pinto, Buenos Aires province.
The president did not mention the Libertad frigate conflict, but referred once more to the currency exchange market by stating that 2,755 billion dollars were taken out, and detailed that 7.832 billions of the Central Bank reserves were used to pay debt.