Buenos Aires province Governor Daniel Scioli showed confidence in the country’s economic path questioning sectors that "thought" the Kirchnerite government "would run out of (Central Bank) reserves."
Kirchnerite Aníbal Fernández does not rule out a presidential bid in 2015 and considers “stupid” opposition versions that allude to CFK’s “absence” in the government. “Decisions are made by the President,” the senator told media.
Broad Progressive Front leader Hermes Binner today held a meeting with union heavyweight Hugo Moyano, who suggested supporting Santa Fe’s former Governor for the 2015 presidential elections.
From the BA province coastal city of Santa Teresita where he arrived this weekend to attend the summit of the Justicialist Party (PJ), the cabinet chief defended the government’s economic agenda. “This project of country must be kept going over time,” the head of ministers told reporters covering the political event.
By James NeilsonThough Cristina says she will call it quits when her term as president comes to an end, nobody would be in the least surprised were she to change her mind long before that dark day approaches.
The head of the Civic Radical Union (UCR), Ernesto Sanz, and Progressive Broad Front leader Hermes Binner have signed a declaration in which the parties agreed to work together, in order to "construct a plan for government" for the 2015 elections.
Edgardo Depetri , national lawmaker for the ruling Victory Front assured that “there are several presidential candidates,” to succeed President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner in October 2015.
Buenos Aires mayor and PRO leader Mauricio Macri used today's legislative elections as a platform to announce his intention to run for president in 2015, and promised change as his party celebrated strong results in the City.
A significant electoral triumph in October’s midterms for the Victory Front has come to boost presidential chances in 2015 of Chaco province governor Jorge Capitanich. “It is a possibility (running for president) but I have not yet made the decision,” the Kirchnerite said as he ruled out the possibility of integrating the national cabinet of ministers.
President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner today dismissed any possibility to be a candidate in 2015, in statements to official news agency Télam.
Former Kirchnerite senator and current vice-president of the BA province Banco Provincia, José Pampuro, assured that governor Daniel Scioli “will be running for president in 2015” in case Cristina Fernández de Kirchner cannot be reelected for a third term.
City Mayor Mauricio Macri once again assured he would not be running for a congressional seat in the midterm elections this year, and stated that he believes "he has what it takes" to run for president in 2015.
Chaco province governor Jorge Capitanich said Friday’s summit bringing together Peronist leaders was not a show of support for Daniel Scioli ahead of the 2015 presidential elections. “We must secure the President's leadership,” Capitanich said.
Frente Popular Senator Hilda “Chiche” Duhalde warned that if President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner is “reelected by a landslide” next October, this could encourage her to seek a re-reelection in 2015.
Speaking as a guest on the Ambito Debate TV show, Chaco governor Jorge Capitanich said he respects Scioli’s statements but added that he believes “his responsibility now is to govern.”
San Juan province is the first area to approved the law that allows young people between the age of 16 and 18 to vote voluntarily, and will be applied in the next provincial election in 2015.
Talks to lay the foundations for a new UN climate pact were deadlocked as they ran into overtime with nations at odds over stepping up finance for developing countries to ease the impact of global warming.
Argentine Football Association (AFA) chief Julio Grondona will step down in 2015 after 36 years in the job, he said today.
The US Open will revert to a 14-day tournament from 2015 after United States Tennis Association (USTA) officials reached an agreement with players on restructuring the playing schedule and increasing prize money.