BUENOS AIRES, Argentina.- The President of the Grandmothers of Plaza de Mayo, Estela de Carlotto, warned about the need for a change in Argentina, to blow new airs, and advocated for the return to power of former President Cristina Fernandez.
The Grandmothers of Plaza de Mayo’s head said that, although the organization does not make partisan politics, the Government of Cristina Fernandez was the one who responded most to their claims.
De Carlotto criticized Mauricio Macri Administration and expressed her discomfort at the lack of public policies in the field of human rights.
A recent survey conducted by the Consultant for Image and Political Management shows a technical tie between Fernandez and Macri, facing the presidentials of next October. According to the survey, the senator would defeat the current President in the first round for 36,73 percent, compared to 34,49.