86 Facts About Cristina Kirchner

1. Cristina Kirchner's was the First Lady from 2003 to 2007 after Nestor Kirchner was elected president.

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2. Cristina Kirchner's was elected national senator in 1995, and had a controversial tenure, while her husband was elected governor of Santa Cruz Province.

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3. Cristina Kirchner's was the second woman to serve as President of Argentina, the first directly elected female president, and the first woman re-elected to the office.

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4. Cristina Kirchner's carried out policies in pursuit of human rights, such as the trails of military personnal involved in the Dirty War.

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5. Cristina Kirchner signed a memorandum of understanding with Iran in 2013 to jointly investigate the attack.

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6. Cristina Kirchner chose not to seek a second presidential term and announced his support for his wife, Fernandez de Kirchner, as the Peronist party presidential candidate in the 2007 elections.

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7. Cristina Kirchner studied law at the National University of La Plata, where he was a member of the Peronist Youth organization.

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8. Cristina Kirchner was the first female president to be elected, Evita Peron was president of Argentina but she became president after being Vice President when her husband passed away.

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9. Since the start of her presidency, Cristina Kirchner has continued the policies that her husband started during his term.

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10. Cristina Kirchner was born Cristina Kirchner Elisabet Fernandez on February 19, 1953 in La Plata which is in Buenos Aires, a city in Argentina.

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11. In 2007 Cristina Kirchner decided not to run for reelection, and Fernandez de Kirchner began campaigning for the presidency.

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12. In that contest Fernandez de Cristina Kirchner won 46 percent of the vote, easily defeating Gonzalez de Duhalde, who claimed just 20 percent.

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13. In 2005 Cristina Kirchner was in a struggle with former president Eduardo Duhalde for control of the PJ in the crucial province of Buenos Aires, where 38 percent of the Argentine population resided.

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14. Cristina Kirchner succeeded her husband, Nestor Cristina Kirchner, who had served as president from 2003 to 2007.

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15. Cristina Kirchner intended to prosecute five Iranian officials, including former Iranian president Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, but Argentina signed a memorandum of understanding with Iran for a joint investigation.

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16. Cristina Kirchner's maintained her support of Venezuela even during the large 2014 Venezuela protests and the imprisonment of its leader, Leopoldo Lopez.

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17. Cristina Kirchner was found dead in his home the day before he was to explain his denunciation in Congress.

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18. Cristina Kirchner promised to keep her policies unchanged, and Senator Anibal Fernandez dismissed the significance of the demonstrations.

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19. In March 2008, Cristina Kirchner introduced a new sliding-scale taxation system for agricultural exports, so that rates fluctuated with international prices.

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20. Cristina Kirchner's opted instead to send a bill to Congress for the renationalization of YPF, privatized in 1993, blaming the Spanish company Repsol for the energy trade deficit.

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21. Cristina Kirchner arranged payment of the debt to the Paris Club, and the compensation requested by Repsol for the nationalization of YPF.

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22. Cristina Kirchner was reelected in 2011, along with Amado Boudou as vice president.

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23. In January 2010, Cristina Kirchner created the bicentennial fund employing a necessity and urgency decree in order to pay debt obligations with foreign-exchange reserves.

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24. Cristina Kirchner was replaced by Argentina's tax agency chief Carlos Rafael Fernandez.

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25. Cristina Kirchner served as the first of several ministers of economy under her presidency.

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26. On 21 June 2011, Cristina Kirchner announced she would run for a second term as president.

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27. Cristina Kirchner took part in a commission to investigate money laundering with fellow legislator Elisa Carrio, and got into conflicts with her.

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28. Cristina Kirchner's was removed from the PJ bloc in the Congress in 1997 for misconduct.

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29. Cristina Kirchner's opposed most bills proposed by Menem, such as a treaty with Chilean president Patricio Aylwin that benefited Chile in a dispute over the Argentina–Chile border.

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30. Cristina Kirchner's was elected national senator in the 1995 general elections.

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31. Cristina Kirchner's organized Nestor's political campaign when he was elected governor of Santa Cruz in 1991.

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32. Cristina Kirchner's served as interim governor of Santa Cruz for a couple of days, after the impeachment of Ricardo del Val in 1990.

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33. Cristina Kirchner's registered at the Tribunal Superior de Justicia of Santa Cruz in 1980, the Comodoro Rivadavia's chamber of appeals in 1985 and worked as an attorney for the Justicialist Party in 1983.

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34. Cristina Kirchner had not yet graduated when they moved to Rio Gallegos and completed the remaining subjects with distance education.

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35. Cristina Kirchner proposed to move to Rio Gallegos, Nestor's home city, but he delayed their departure until his graduation on 3 July 1976.

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36. Cristina Kirchner's became influenced by Peronism, left-wing politics, and anti-imperialism.

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37. Cristina Kirchner's studied psychology for a year, then dropped it and studied law instead.

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38. Cristina Kirchner's began her college studies at the University of La Plata.

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39. Cristina Kirchner's was charged for low price sales of dollar futures, "The Rout of the K-Money" scandal, and was indicted for obstructing investigation into the 1994 AMIA Bombing.

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40. Cristina Kirchner's established currency controls during her second term forced by external currency restrictions.

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41. Cristina Kirchner's was the First Lady from 2003 to 2007 after her husband was elected President.

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42. Cristina Kirchner's was elected national senator in 1995 and had a controversial tenure while her husband was elected governor of Santa Cruz Province.

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43. Cristina Kirchner's was the second woman to serve as President of Argentina, the first directly elected female president and the first woman re-elected to the office.

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44. Cristina Kirchner is being investigated for her role in "The Route of the K-Money" scandal.

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45. Cristina Kirchner faced several charges in court after leaving office.

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46. Cristina Kirchner intended to prosecute five Iranian officials, including former Iranian president Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, but Argentina signed a memorandum of understanding with Iran for a joint investigation.

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47. Cristina Kirchner's maintained her support of Venezuela even during the large 2014 Venezuela protests and the imprisonment of its leader, Leopoldo Lopez.

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48. Cristina Kirchner was part of the "pink tide", a group of populist, left-wing presidents who ruled several Latin American countries in the 2000s.

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49. Cristina Kirchner was found dead in his home the day before he was to explain his denunciation in Congress.

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50. Cristina Kirchner promised to keep her policies unchanged, and Senator Anibal Fernandez dismissed the significance of the demonstrations.

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51. In March 2008, Cristina Kirchner introduced a new sliding-scale taxation system for agricultural exports, so that rates fluctuated with international prices.

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52. Cristina Kirchner's opted instead to send a bill to Congress for the renationalization of YPF, privatized in 1993, blaming the Spanish company Repsol for the energy trade deficit.

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53. Cristina Kirchner arranged payment of the debt to the Paris Club, and the compensation requested by Repsol for the nationalization of YPF.

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54. Cristina Kirchner was reelected in 2011, along with Amado Boudou as vice president.

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55. In January 2010, Cristina Kirchner created the bicentennial fund employing a necessity and urgency decree in order to pay debt obligations with foreign-exchange reserves.

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56. Cristina Kirchner was replaced by Argentina's tax agency chief Carlos Rafael Fernandez.

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57. On 21 June 2011, Cristina Kirchner announced she would run for a second term as president.

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58. Cristina Kirchner served as the first of several ministers of economy under her presidency.

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59. Cristina Kirchner took part in a commission to investigate money laundering with fellow legislator Elisa Carrio, and got into conflicts with her.

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60. Cristina Kirchner's was removed from the PJ bloc in the Congress in 1997 for misconduct.

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61. Cristina Kirchner's opposed most bills proposed by Menem, such as a treaty with Chilean president Patricio Aylwin that benefited Chile in a dispute over the Argentina–Chile border.

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62. Cristina Kirchner's was elected national senator in the 1995 general elections.

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63. Cristina Kirchner's organized Nestor's political campaign when he was elected governor of Santa Cruz in 1991.

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64. Cristina Kirchner's served as interim governor of Santa Cruz for a couple of days, after the impeachment of Ricardo del Val in 1990.

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65. Cristina Kirchner was elected deputy for the provincial legislature of Santa Cruz in 1989.

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66. Cristina Kirchner's registered at the Tribunal Superior de Justicia of Santa Cruz in 1980, the Comodoro Rivadavia's chamber of appeals in 1985 and worked as an attorney for the Justicialist Party in 1983.

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67. Cristina Kirchner had not yet graduated when they moved to Rio Gallegos and completed the remaining subjects with distance education.

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68. Cristina Kirchner proposed to move to Rio Gallegos, Nestor's home city, but he delayed their departure until his graduation on 3 July 1976.

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69. Cristina Kirchner's became influenced by Peronism, left-wing politics, and anti-imperialism.

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70. Cristina Kirchner's studied psychology for a year, then dropped it and studied law instead.

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71. Cristina Kirchner's began her college studies at the University of La Plata.

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72. Cristina Kirchner's was charged for low price sales of dollar futures, "The Rout of the K-Money" scandal, and was indited for obstructing investigation into the 1994 AMIA Bombing.

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73. Cristina Kirchner's established currency controls during her second term forced by external currency restrictions.

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74. Cristina Kirchner's continued her husband's human rights policies and had a rocky relationship with the mass media after the Media Law was sanctioned in the country to disassemble information oligopolies.

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75. Cristina Kirchner's was the First Lady from 2003 to 2007 after her husband was elected President.

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76. Cristina Kirchner's was elected national senator in 1995 and had a controversial tenure while her husband was elected governor of Santa Cruz Province.

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77. Cristina Kirchner's was the second woman to serve as President of Argentina, the first directly elected female president and the first woman re-elected to the office.

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78. Cristina Kirchner fans carry on in Argentina, stoking hope for her return to power.

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79. Cristina Kirchner clearly imposes her leadership and is frontrunner for 2011.

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80. Cristina Kirchner is being investigated for her role in "The Route of the K-Money" scandal.

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81. Cristina Kirchner faced several charges in court after leaving office.

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82. Cristina Kirchner has been an unconditional supporter of Chavez and Maduro.

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83. Cristina Kirchner was part of the "pink tide", a group of populist, left-wing presidents who ruled several Latin American countries in the 2000s.

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84. When she first took office, Cristina Kirchner replaced the previous minister of economy, Miguel Gustavo Peirano, who had been appointed by her husband as former president.

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85. Cristina Kirchner was popular among the suburban working class and the rural poor, while Carrio and Lavagna both received more support from the urban middle class.

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86. Cristina Kirchner was elected deputy for the provincial legislature of Santa Cruz in 1989.

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