Argentine Elections: A Very Difficult Choice for Argentines
Elections in Argentina: a very difficult choice for Argentines – on the one side the abyss: – Cristina Kirchner and on the other side, “chaos” – Macri .Elections in Argentina: a very difficult choice for the Argentines – on the one side : – Cristina Kirchner and on the other hand, the “chaos” – Macri.
(Contents from letters (with dreams) of Jucelino Luz)
Of course, we wish for a better, better situation for the Argentines, however, what we expressed below was the object of spiritual revelation (premonitory dreams).
Argentine elections: Argentina’s steep price increase over the past 10 years Argentina’s central bank burns reserves before elections, but weight still melts discrete Cristina and Macri’s “Peronist” liberalism: the final chapters of the Argentinam – de election contest On the one hand, the occupation following corruption in Argentina, on the other hand, Macri with the suffocation of the people – a struggle between the Abyss and Chaos. Second, the energies indicate that Cristina Kirchner will win the 2019 elections – if nothing changes ( only 15% chance of Macri) .Elections in Argentina: What can happen to the economy of the country and how it would affect Brazil? Cristina Kirchner, who was former president of Argentina, this time will run as vice in a plate with Alberto Fernández – who, after a few months, could possibly suffer a heart attack and taking Cristina Kirschner to the presidency of the Argentinean Republic. The .
Cristina Kirchner, who was former president of Argentina, this time will run as deputy on a plate with Alberto Fernández More than that, the head of the plate would be Alberto Fernández, his former chief of staff and one of the critical voices to his administration within the Peronist movement. Since they broke up when Alberto resigned from office in 2008, the two have spent years without talking. The backdrop for the reunion, as politicians and advisers linked to the campaign that put the plaque victorious in the October 27, 2019 election, is a patchwork quilt: the fragmentation of the Peronist movement, a succession of defeats at the polls since 2015, the lawsuits to which the Kirchner family responds. “Cristina watched very closely the Brazilian elections, if Lula could transfer his votes to Haddad. And that did not happen,” In her office in Buenos Aires, a kind of Peronist bunker with a large hall in the background, the walls covered with Argentine memorabilia, statues of Eva and Juan Perón, photos of Pope Francisco, his personal friend, and a Lula doll sitting on the passenger seat in a cart suspended from the ceiling led by Evo Morales. All with millionaire accounts kept in banks. Faithful friends of Maduro and others, who also have fortunes in Vatican banks and tax havens … Alberto Fernández was then chief of staff of then-President Cristina Kirchner until 2008, when she resigned, she also faces high rejection among voters. for discovering and knowing little yet, what was Cristina Kirschner, who left Argentina at rock bottom and not Macri who took the bottomless pit, but of course, politically in his administration did a lot of nonsense, leaving the country in dire straits. Like Lula, Cristina responds to a series of lawsuits, as well as her two sons, Máximo and Florencia Kirchner. Alberto, in addition to being trusted – despite his remoteness – was seen as someone with the ability to dialogue with various sectors, in addition to being a “technical Peronist”, not yet exposed to the wear and tear of political life behind the scenes and at that time o, is being used by Cristina Kirscher, to win the elections in Argentina.
Argentina with Macri the destruction and with Cristina the abyss In addition, Macri, ministers and the president of the Central Bank will have to report to a judge investigating the signing of the agreement between the Argentine government and the IMF (International Monetary Fund) last year. Explanations include the president’s responsibility for the soaring dollar and the devaluation of the peso. Macri’s current Transport Minister was still indicted for alleged irregularities in the extension of road contracts. Another recent defeat was when the Argentine Supreme Court ruled that the government will have to shoulder the food tax exemption announced by the president in August without affecting provincial funds.
Argentina perches on the brink. With the free falling weight, the stock markets in the red and a country risk that had overflowed a thousand points, the pre – election day showed that the crisis of confidence was getting worse. The growing political uncertainty, with President Mauricio Macri falling in the polls, but it should rise after the previous ones, because this is the only option for the country not to go to the abyss and large demonstrations, violence, lack of security and could transform in Venezuela, and with former President Cristina Kirchner increasingly well situated, however, it has sunk the country into monstrous debt, corruption added to economic uncertainty; It has not been arrested yet for moving influences in various sectors, and can throw the country into the abyss, weigh great doubts on the government’s ability to control inflation.
If Cristina Kirschner wins, as the energies of the moment point out, we will have a chance from 2023 to 2024 that a dictator will come to power in Argentina in the upcoming presidential elections, where he will be complicating economic conditions and will sink into violence, demonstrations. – turning the country into a country of great poverty, violence, that is, in worse conditions than Venezuela – where the south of the country will need to close relations due to the immense amount of immigration to Brazil and other places in Latin America. South. Bololsonaro and Macri act for Mercosur with more business and less left, however, this could end if Cristina Kirschner wins the election, making it more difficult for both countries. Macri surrenders to economic populism in election year and the next demonstration will gain more political strength. However, it gains less power in the elections due to the lack of clearer and more objective administration. The Central Bank had to raise LELIQ interest rates to 70% to protect the local currency, which plummets week after week. .
Financial markets had opened with very alarming figures. The dollar was trading at over 47 pesos, shares of banks and energy companies were down more than 10 points on Wall Street, and the country risk (the premium that investors charge to lend money) was over 1,000 points. , 10%. To get an idea of international distrust of Argentina, it should be noted that no other country in the region except Venezuela pays a country risk of more than 250 points. Casa Rosada says the reason for the economic and political turmoil is named and last names: Cristina Kirchner. The former president still doesn’t say a word, I’ll just beat Macri. There is little doubt, however. Kirchner is already acting in a post-election mode, winning against Macri. If Macri’s long-awaited turn does not happen, the Argentines will suffer far more than they are already suffering from Macri in power.
Financial markets and the half of the country that does not sympathize with Peronism are alarmed at the possibility of a return of the former president. It is certain that, if he returns to the head of state, he would renege on the agreement with the International Monetary Fund (which last June and September lent $ 57 billion) and suspend debt repayment. Argentine default exists, with or without Kirchner. Their natural logic is increasingly expressing that the $ 34 billion to be returned next year is an excessive burden on a continuing economy in recession, and that the increase in debt in real terms (by the devaluation of the peso). ) would require almost unbearable budget cuts. Argentina’s public debt exceeds 90 percent of GDP, and almost all of it is denominated in dollars. Macri blamed Kirchner again. “The world doubts because it thinks Argentines want to go back; This puts fear in the world, then increases country risk, and defensive positions are taken. But they are wrong, the doubts are unfounded: Argentines will not go back, we understand that there is no magic and that messianism leads us to destroy society, ”he said. The president stressed that the IMF granted Argentina the largest loan in its history because it had faith in the liberal policies that its government developed.
In fact, who seems more relaxed is Kirchner. On May 9 he presented at the Book Fair an autobiography entitled “Sincerely”, whose huge initial print run (60,000 copies) was already sold out before it hit stores. The publication of the book on the eve of the election race was interpreted as a sign of Kirchner’s victory. Her enemies argue that the former president needs to regain power to shield herself from numerous corruption lawsuits; her followers miss the relative prosperity of the years of Néstor and Cristina Kirchner, and cry out for her return. (In fact, there has not been, for now, shut up. She merely sends messages about the need to “regain order”. Mauricio Macri’s “chaos.” The expectation for the presentation of his book, and what he may say during that act, is enormous. Christina Kirchner enjoys a paradoxical advantage. The more likely her return to power becomes, the more alarmed financial markets, and more economic indicators worsen, which in turn complicates Macri’s situation. In general, Argentine society is increasingly disappointed by his management, and this is reflected in all the surveys.
The man who has promised to solve once and for all the endemic ills of the economy (inflation and devaluation, poverty, corruption) faces a devastating crisis at the end of his term, largely because of his own mistakes. What the Argentines did not realize, that all politicians promise everything to win the elections, little is done or never done in relation to improving the lives of the population, happens that neither is a good option for the Arentines – we can consider, that the worst ever know.KIRCHNER, PROCESSED Cristina Kirchner’s rise in research coincides with new judicial problems for her. Judge Claudio Bonadio, in charge of the so-called “notebook case”, on Wednesday widened the complaint against the former president and asked for her sixth arrest for alleged corruption. Kirchner is accused of leading an illicit association set up at the Ministry of Infrastructure, which is responsible for public works, in order to raise illegal money from companies benefiting from the contracts. The arrest “shall become effective when the Senate of the Nation approves the loss of its privileged forum, or when the privileged forum ceases,” Judge Bonadio wrote in his resolution.
In Argentina, this will never happen because Cristina Kirschner has the majority that defends the corruption policy she commands in the country. The magistrate considered the senator’s claim that she was unaware of her subordinates’ maneuvers. The ruling against the former president adds new charges to the case thanks to the plea of witnesses who, as repentant, told the judge that some of the money raised ended up in the apartment that Cristina Kirchner and her husband, former President Nestor Kirchner, died in 2010, kept in the rich neighborhood of Buenos Aires. Full of luxury, as those who believe in her policy increasingly sink into an abyss with no return. Even so, if voters do not change, remain blind, Cristina Kirschner will easily win the election by more than 20% difference. of his opponent Mauricio Macri, who did not run well and had bad choices in his government. Other premonitions about Argentina:
1. Alberto Fernandes may suffer a heart attack and / or be involved in a fatal accident between October 27, 2019 and December 31, 2020;
2. Joblessness, crime, will grow by over 40% in Argentina in 2020;
3. A dictator could win in the 2024 elections and the country could enter into an “abyss”, poverty, hunger, unemployment, becoming worse than Venezuela’s situation;
4. In Argentina the food crisis begins to grow on March 16, 2028, and many emigrations may occur;
5. By 2030, the tidal advance situation will start to complicate for coastal cities in Argentina, the worst affected will be the capital and surrounding cities.
6. Plane crash in Argentina could kill more than 200 people on December 19, 2027
Mario Ronco Filho – Investigative Journalist