ARGENTINA: Contending for the Future?


Argentine congressman Sergio Massa discusses his plans for creating an effective government and confronting rising violence and crime in his country.

“Four hundred forty-one days from now, Argentina will end a phase,” said Sergio Massa, referring to the end of President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner’s term in office. Massa — once an ally of the president and of her late husband, the country’s former president, Néstor Kirchner — is today one of the strongest opposition figures in Argentina.

Eugenia Giraudy
Publication date: 
August 21, 2014
Publication type: 
Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies Article