Friday, October 1, 2010

Argentina leads the way in defending President Correa

“For as long as I'm president, Argentina will never recognize a government that is not the result of a popular vote," stated President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner as she and her hubby, UNASUR Secretary-General Nestor Kirchner, hosted an emergency summit of South American presidents in Buenos Aires late last night.

"Argentina has a history of coups branded on its DNA, so we’re not just going to allow one to take place in Ecuador," she said as she stood in for Rafael Correa, the pro tempure UNASUR president.

Venezuelan head of state President Hugo Chavez praised CFK's hubby for such a quick reaction in light of the attacks on President Rafael Correa in Quito.

While Argentine Ambassador to the United Nations, Jorge Argüello, stated that he considers Argentina ‘to once again be occupying a relevant and historic position among nations,’ clearly hoping that this act demonstrates why Argentina requested to be granted a seat on the United Nations Security Council in 2013.


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