Main argentine grains
Agriculture and Livestock Ministry reported that the maize and soybean harvests, the two main Argentine grains, were last month two million tons above what had been estimated.
President Cristina on nat´l broadcast
President Cristina Fernandez held that the most important Latin American cultural center is being opened, when inaugurating the Nestor Kirchner Cultural Center, at the building that was originally used as the Buenos Aires city mail office.
FPV candidate Mariano Recalde
Mariano Recalde, Front for Victory (FPV) candidate to Buenos Aires City Chief of Government, held that the coming elections in the Federal Capital will be disputed “by three candidates, but by only two political projects”.
Cabinet Chief Aníbal Fernández proposed, during his daily press round, a Federal law that should make compulsory for candidates to debate their electoral proposals.
President Cristina Fernandez signed at the Government House the salary agreements reached with their employers by five labor unions, which ended their collective bargaining negotiations in recent hours.
At the historial post office
President Cristina Fernandez will inaugurate Nestor Kirchner Cultural Center, at downtown Central Post Office, declared a “Historical Monument” since 1997.
May Revolution anniversary
Pope Francisco sent a letter to President Cristina Fernandez, on the coming 205th anniversary of the May 25 Revolution, which evokes the first National Government.
Argentina´s railway system
President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner led a rally at Retiro Station addressing the renovation of Argentina's railway system . She reminded that Néstor Kirchner was not worried about surveys when he took office.
The direct foreign private investment from companies not located in Argentina doubled during the first quarter of this year, to AR$ 412 million, 19.7 more than in the same period of 2014 and 47.6 percent above the third quarter of last year, reported the Argentine Central Bank (BCRA).
Human rights violations
The Center of Former Malvinas Islands Veterans, along with other similar organizations, accused the Supreme Court of “re-issuing the clean slate law ” through its sentence that disregarded the request of prosecution of military involved in human rights violations against Argentine soldiers during the 1982 South Atlantic war”.