Former Argentinean President and current candidate to the national Senate Cristina Kirchner said that the Unidad Ciudadana coalition, which she represents, could win the October legislative elections.
Kirchner made the comments during a speech after the release of the final results of the primary elections held earlier this month. According to the official results, Kirchner’s Unidad Ciudadana defeated the ruling coalition Cambiemos by 0.21%, a little more than 20,000 votes.
In a speech at Atenas de La Plata club, Kirchner criticized President Mauricio Macri. According to her, the Argentineans are “facing a government with an immense, unprecedented power concentration: the National State, the province of Buenos Aires, the city of Buenos Aires, besides all concentrated private, media, economic, financial and international power.”
“We want to make a call to all the Argentinean people because we do not want the same things to happen again,” she said. “We do not want a class government, which despises the people, the Peronists, the blacks, the workers, the union leaders.”
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