Kirchner


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German expressionist painter (1880-1938)

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4 percent of the vote, defeating Daniel Scioli, a close ally of President Kirchner, who had been widely seen as the likely victor until just recent days, when polling turned against him.
The election embodies change after 12 years of rule by late president Nestor Kirchner (2003-07) and his wife, Fernandez de Kirchner (2007-15).
Unlike Kirchner, both Scioli and Macri's policies are more orthodox.
para]]ATFA's new infographic details the monthly payments four Argentine business elites make to President Cristina Kirchner and her son Maximo Kirchner in return for government benefits and privileges.
Kirchner is noted for his promotion to partner in 2014, and for advising Spanish pharmaceutical company Grifols on its $1 billion high-yield bond offering, and private equity firm Clairvest Equity Partners on a $300 million high-yield bond offering by oilfield equipment firm Light Tower Rentals.
Kirchner has had a highly combative personal style of government based on paternalistic interventionism since 2007, when she won office after her husband came to the end of his term as president.
In 2005, Kirchner and other Presidents of Latin America such as Hugo Chavez and Lula Da Silva, refused the Free Trade Area of the Americas agreement proposed by the US, declaring the discussion over.
The Warriors tired as the game wore on and Gopperth kicked a further two penalties before converting a Kirchner try.
Springbok Kirchner came off the bench for his debut late on in the Blues' narrow victory over Connacht at the RDS on Saturday.
Buenos Aires: Argentine President Cristina Kirchner underwent surgery on Tuesday to remove a blood clot on the surface of her brain less than three weeks before crucial mid-term legislative elections.
Kirchner recalled that the UN General Assembly passed a resolution in 1964 urging Britain and Argentina to hold negotiations over sovereign of the islands, which Britain has ruled since 1833.
Kirchner said she asked the Pope to intervene, so that the dialogue is successful, reports the Daily News.
During a meeting at the Vatican, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner asked her countryman to "promote dialogue" between the UK and Argentina.
Mrs Kirchner said after she met the new, Argentine-born pope at the Vatican that she has asked for his intercession to "facilitate dialogue" over the islands, which Argentina claims and calls the Malvinas.
Mr Weston, from Cardiff, who served with the Welsh Guards during the Falklands War and was injured in the attack on the Sir Galahad, said President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner was "getting on my nerves".