May 20, 2013
Boudou: 'Today’s Argentina completely different than 2003’s'
Economy Minister and running mate of president Cristina Fernández de Kirchner in October’s presidential elections Amado Boudou highlighted the changes the country underwent since late Néstor Kirchner was sworn president in 2003 followed by his wife.
“Today’s Argentina is completely different than that of 2003,” the minister stressed during a visit to Termas de Río Hondo´s airport construction site. Boudou inaugurated several structures in Santiago del Estero province this morning.
Joined by Planning Minister Julio de Vido and province governor Gerardo Zamora, he also praised the province for its new structures. “I barely landed and all I see is public investment transforming Santiago del Estero,” he said.
After a visit to the local airport, Boudou is scheduled to attend the inauguration of a local highway at La Aurora locality. He will also visit the construction site of a new Convention Center few blocks from Santiago Del Estero’s government house. According to the official agenda, the ministers are to return to Buenos Aires around 01h30 pm.