La hermana grande
will be nagging you from now on
Argentinean President Cristina Kirchner announced on Monday that her
speeches will be mandated for airing on prime-time national television.
The measure, she claimed on December 15, will help disseminate important
information that would otherwise be disregarded by the media.
What's so important that Argentines have to miss their telenovelas
Kirchner used her first televised address to announce a new public dental plan dubbed Argentina Sonríe (Smile
Argentina). The project envisions free treatment and the extended use
of mobile clinics. She further announced grants of AR$387 million
(roughly US$30 million) for schools nationwide.
Which took her 20 minutes.
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