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The expedition to Cuba caused speculation and there are more doubts about Cristina's candidacy




There are some in Kirchner who suspect that the former president could go aside Source: Archive – Source: AFP / Alejandro Pagni

In contrast to political speculation generated by his journey to Cuba,

Cristina Kirchner

They will remain silent in the next few days and, as they say in their environment, will only determine if he is a candidate at the end of the list, scheduled for June 22.

"The readings are carried out by those who perform them, the journey is strictly personal, Cristina went to accompany Florencia," she replied in the Patrycja Instituto on the subject of electoral interpretations of the former president's statement.

"It was decided to make a movie because we knew it [Claudio] Bonadio intended to filter information with a negative connotation – they added from Kirchner's bunker.

In video broadcasting on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts,
Cristina Kirchner said the day before yesterday that Florence "can not sit or stand for a long time" and ascribes "deterioration" to the girl's health "the violent persecution she was subjected to" and the "brutal stress" that he suffered. Then we learned that Florencia is being treated in Havana
picture of lymphoedema.


Florencia Kirchner, in a video that her mother revealed
Florencia Kirchner, in a video that her mother revealed Source: LA NACION

Interpretations grew in political circles as soon as the film became public. WITH

Florencia Kirchner,

the only family member who has no privileges abroad, the former president has paved the way for rivalry in the presidential election, as some say. In this video reading, it acted as the beginning of the election campaign.

The journey also motivated the opposite interpretation. Her daughter's health deterioration gave Cristina Kirchner a good argument to go aside, she understood the other leaders of the Kirchner universe, which was strengthened by the statements of the former ambassador to the Vatican, Eduardo Valdes, one of the last to see Cristina before her trip to the island, where she was received by the Cuban Chancellor Bruno Fernández Parrilla.

"At this point, the candidacy does not make sense, because it is not normal for a person to be summoned to eight investigators on the same day," Valdés told Radio Red, referring to the last calls of Judge Bonadio. "If there is permanent hatred at the expense, I do not think it will take place," he added.

At the same time, the sector of groups closest to the former president, such as La Campora and Nuevo Encuentro, wants Cristina to present herself.

Patria's Great Front, led by Juan Grabois, followed yesterday's operational hubbub that took off Monday to introduce the definition of the former president. Grabois's strategy reached Plaza Mayo. The challenger, a social commenter showed the parade in the noses of Casa Rosada with the legend: "We won her". And he asked for "Cristina's defense."

The invoice passes

The trip to Cuba of the former president masked the bill that spread after the defeat in Neuquén. "You need to know how to take care of the queen," he said.
NATION Kirchner's deputy, angered by the decision to involve Cristina in a campaign that ended with the distant second place of Ramon Rioseco, the candidate Unidad Ciudadan and PJ for the Neuquén government. The expectations of those who promote an agreement between Peronism and Kirchnerism have accumulated behind Rioseco's fate.

The former president will resume operations in Argentina on Monday 25, three days after her return to the country, scheduled for 22. The objectives of the Buenos Aires province keep waiting for the summit between Cristina and Sergio Massa, allowing the broader electoral front Almost no one expects the approximation with Roberto Lavagna, who last week has accelerated his meetings in search of support to jump on the run to replace President Mauricio Macri.


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