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The former vice president of the UCR Buenos Aires, Marcelo Montero, papered the city and came to show their support to President Cristina Kirchner. Hard radical criticism of the authorities and a strong nod to the Federal Planning Minister Julio De Vido. Far

lists and decision making in the historic game, the former vice president of the UCR Capital, Marcelo Montero, launched a campaign which favors of President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner and where questions in the strongest terms today's radical authorities.

"This political cycle (the Kirchner) accounts for many of us the consecration of historical flags of the UCR, that those combatants wielded by the hand of Leandro Alem gave rise to the radical movement. There, from the Artillery Park, in what is now Plaza Lavalle, a group of worthy men raised flags of political autonomy, economic freedom and sovereignty for the later times, "said Montero.

"Today so many years of this epic, we see that flags are raised at that time claimed by this management, as the struggle for the dispossessed that one sees reflected in the universal child allowance, or welfare for the elderly. Also new banners that talk of sovereignty and freedom, as a media law for democracy or the fight against corporations, "praised the radical Government.

also Montero spared no criticism of the party leadership centenary and said: "I regret very much that today the radical leadership led the party to agree with the right, with sectors who despise democracy and trampled our banners interest" .

Far from saying publicly that the radical leaders most important, Marcelo Montero praised Federal Planning Minister Julio De Vido, saying: "Praise attitudes of grandeur of the current president, and the link or bridge that is always stretched by first line leaders and the Minister of Planning Julio De Vido, who patiently dialogue and receives many radicals who have the difficult task of governing, even in remote districts of our country. "

"We support the President, because from the national committee came the ghost train bound for the right conservative coup," concluded the former vice president of the UCR Capital.


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