Cristina opted for the despotic way of silencing, copying the behaviour of his Socialist brothers Hugo Chavez and Evo Morales. The Argentine public information access suffers from major limitations, because rates of import computers make they cost double what they are worth in origin, when being an instrument for education should be exempted from tariffs. The books contained in a similar category, therefore, libraries don’t matter up-to-date reading material. But the education, information and culture, were always the worst enemy of peronism. The greater the ignorance, more crooked things may be rulers without people noticing it. Peronism is the apology of arbitrariness, obscurantism and lies.
Economic freedom is restricted with burdensome regulations, tortuous taxes, bureaucracy, and unusual creativity administrative obstacles, which prevent the formation of new sources of employment, while poverty remains growing. With the new law that is difficult to stop, the Argentina falls several additional posts in its descent into totalitarianism, putting the same level of neocomunistas partners of the 21st century. It encloses more into his own world, and excludes the possibility to short and medium term to improve the standard of living of its population. The worst thing is that it is not outlined any opposition candidate with clear and fresh ideas for the next elections, which could put an end to half a century of outrageous economic experiments, authoritarianism and corruption. Blatantly compromising politicians proclaim left Peronist, confident that that’s the formula to obtain popular support. The anachronism and contradiction is as if in Spain of the PSOE will qualify of francoists.
Pepe Mujica, candidate for the Presidency of Uruguay by the leftist Frente Amplio, said: I don’t know what is the ideology of the Kirchners. It seems that they are progressive, but they are also Peronist. In Uruguay it is bravisimo to understand it. Not only in Uruguay original author and source of the article.