January 14, 2014

Blaming Peronism for All That Ills Argentina

Susana Decibe, Worldcrunch

The Associated Press

We seem to find it hard to link the state's shortcomings to corruption or lack of accountability. Without an exemplary administration, nations do not evolve, and ours seems increasingly deprived of the means and freedom needed for participation. Indiscipline, road blocks and looting are given space to exist, but not, it seems, the intellectual and physical means of exercising the rights of full citizenship.

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TAGGED: Juan Peron, Juan Domingo Peron, Cristina Kirchner, Cristina Fernandez De Kirchner, Argentina, Latin America, South America

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