Cristina Kirchner

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Person.png Cristina Kirchner   NNDB WikiquoteRdf-icon.png
(politician)
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BornCristina Elisabet Fernández
1953-02-19
La Plata, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Alma materNational University of La Plata
Children • Máximo
• Florencia
SpouseNéstor Kirchner
PartyJusticialist

[[|x22px|link=President of Argentina]] President of Argentina Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
10 December 2007 - 9 December 2015
Succeeded byMauricio Macri

Employment.png National Senator of Argentina

In office
10 December 2005 - 28 November 2007
Preceded byCristina Kirchner

Employment.png National Senator of Argentina

In office
10 December 2001 - 9 December 2005
Succeeded byCristina Kirchner

Employment.png National Senator of Argentina

In office
10 December 1995 - 3 December 1997

Employment.png National Deputy of Argentina

In office
10 December 1997 - 9 December 2001

Employment.png Member of the Senate

In office
10 December 2005 - 28 November 2007
Preceded byCristina Kirchner

Employment.png Member of the Senate

In office
10 December 2001 - 9 December 2005
Succeeded byCristina Kirchner

Employment.png Member of the Senate

In office
10 December 1995 - 3 December 1997

Employment.png Member of the Chamber of Deputies

In office
10 December 1997 - 9 December 2001

Cristina Elisabet Fernández de Kirchner who succeeded her husband, Néstor Kirchner as Argentine president.

9/11

On her last day in office as Argentine president, Kirchner reversed an Argentine Supreme Court decision and granted permanent political asylum to ex-FEMA videographer turned 9-11/Whistleblower, Kurt Sonnenfeld.[1]



References

  1. Hughes, Evans (2016-06-28). "The Fugitive, His Dead Wife, and the 9/11 Conspiracy Theory That Explains Everything". GQ. Retrieved 2017-03-23.

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