VIDEO: Former VP of Argentina, Cristina Kirchner, gave middle finger to Javier Milei supporters during his sworn-in KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Sunday, December 10, 2023

VIDEO: Former VP of Argentina, Cristina Kirchner, gave middle finger to Javier Milei supporters during his sworn-in

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Former VP of Argentina, Cristina Kirchner, gave middle finger to Javier Milei supporters during his sworn-in.

In the trending video, Cristina Kirchner, is seen walking into the inauguration building for the ceremony as she flipped off at Javier Milei fans. 

At noon on January 12, 1977, soldiers burst into Alicia Partnoy’s home, tore her away from her 18-month-old daughter and threw her in the back of a truck.

For months, she endured torture in a concentration camp in the Argentinian city of Bahia Blanca, before finally fleeing to the United States as a refugee.

The inauguration guest list also included Chile’s president, Gabriel Boric, Spain’s King Felipe VI, and Ukraine’s president, Volodymyr Zelenskiy. Milei has called Putin a dangerous leader and appears to be positioning Argentina as Ukraine’s biggest Latin American ally. Writing on X, Zelenskiy said: “This is a new beginning for Argentina and I wish President Milei and the entire Argentinian people to surprise the world with their successes.”

Prominent leftwing leaders, including the Brazilian president, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, and his Colombian counterpart, Gustavo Petro, stayed away. The authoritarian presidents of Venezuela and Nicaragua, Nicolás Maduro and Daniel Ortega, were not invited.

Today, far-right economist and politician Javier Milei takes office as Argentina’s new president. At his side will be running mate Victoria Villarruel, a controversial figure, in part, for her views on the military dictatorship that ruled Argentina from 1976 to 1983.

Critics accuse Villarruel, a lawyer and former member of the Chamber of Deputies, of dismissing, downplaying and defending the abuses that occurred under the dictatorship, which killed an estimated 30,000 people.

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