Pressure mounts on Argentina’s weakened President Kirchner
Troubles are coming thick and fast for Argentine President Cristina Kirchner. She has been on sick leave after a fall which left her with a blood clot on her brain, and results for mid-term elections could leave her without the super majority she needs to change the constitution and allow her to stand for a third term. Mrs Kirchner’s political future looks bleak with both setbacks coming on top of a struggling economy.
<i>Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner was forced to hand over power temporarily to her vice president while she recuperated from brain surgery after a fall in early October 2013. Mid-term elections later that month produced a poor result for her faction of the Per...
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