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'Democracia K': What’s going on in Argentina!?

21.05.2013 11:23

May 25th marks the tenth anniversary of Néstor Kirchner being inaugurated President of Argentina. At the time, few Argentines would have imagined what was in store for their country with the advent of the “K” – for Kirchner – Regime.

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Anonymous user 10.06.2013 20:01

Not to mention the payed cyber squads that blog, and post propaganda, like this Afon Secas.


Afon Asecas 10.06.2013 13:52

And 80% of their children have a PC given free by the state. giving them the possibility of using two operating systems as Windows 7 and Linux open source. all schools have free Wi Fi, and education is free!. Marriage equality. IMF debt cancellation. free assisted reproduction law! audiovisual medium law! between 1983 and 2003, there were 50 schools and in a country as large, and in 10 years this government distributed 2.5 million netbooks and built over 1,800 schools throughout the country, hospitals, research centers, repatriated 900 scientists

Anonymous user 10.06.2013 13:50

this Mister lies.
I invite you to Argentina.
Judge for yourselves!

Anonymous user 04.06.2013 22:45

Brits take your eyes away from MY Patagonia, keep underestimating us and you will see we arnt stupid

Anonymous user 04.06.2013 22:40

neo colonialism in Argentina has its time counted, southamericans arnt all stupid, I will save It.

Anonymous user 04.06.2013 22:37

They have some years left, I will make Argentina what it was always ment to be.

Anonymous user 27.05.2013 20:57

Ya no te sirven este tipo de noticias para hacer lobby a los capitales que representas.

Anonymous user 27.05.2013 20:53

I think that salbuchi is a kind of Fernando De la rua. Keep on writing books, old man.


Chori Tetra Kris 23.05.2013 02:09

For us that live in Argentina, every day we are closer to the point of no return. This country is at the breaking point, the streets are about to explode into a civil war. Remember that you read this...

Anonymous user 22.05.2013 20:14

Sad to read but the truth The whole country is on the verge of collapse People need to get on street

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