President Cristina Fernández is receiving at the Government House ´s White Hall the members of the Roman Catholic Bishops´Conference.
Secretary General of the Presidency Aníbal Fernández
Anibal Fernández, Secretary General of the Presidency, wrote in his web page that he is “stunned” by “journalists who devote themselves to investigations and lack the minimum professional rigor when they disclose their assertions."
The Hotesur S.A. company depicted as “never seen in the history of our country” the “harassment campaign of lies, defamation and confusion” launched by the newspaper Clarín against President Cristina Fernández and her family”, with the purpose of “generating suspicions on the economic and legal actions of the Kirchner family”.
An Argentine-Spanish group was awarded the bid to build the Chihuido I hydroelectric complex in the Neuquén Province, which will require an investment of US$ 1.8 billion, out of which 85 percent will be funded by a Russian corporation.
The National Human Rights Secretariat informed, through the Federal Network of Places of Memory, that up to now some 103 places throughout Argentina have been identified as “locations of memory” to remind that they were connected to State terrorism.
Congressman Hector Recalde, who is Chairman of the Lower House’s Labor Committee, denied news media information on an alleged project to increase the amounts of severance payments.
Pope Francisco said that he plans to visit Argentina as a priority, sometime between 2015 and 2016, during the ceremony of presentation of credentials by Eduardo Valdes, the new Argentine Ambassador to the Holy See.
Horacio Ferrer, 81, poet and famous composer of tangos, born in Uruguay but settled since young in Buenos Aires and an Argentine citizen, passed away on Sunday.
PLANNING MINISTER De Vido
Federal Planning Minister Julio de Vido, during the inauguration of a fiber optic service in San Antonio de Areco, part of the first stage of the Federal Network, said that President Cristina Fernández “pursues an unswerving policy of development with social integration”.
Young militants who belong to Argentina´s La Campora organization and to Brazil´s Workers´Party (PT) joined in community work at the small Jardín America town in the Province of Misiones. It was also an opportunity to exchange cultural experiences.