“In my heart and in the hearts of millions of Argentines. Forever, Fernandez wrote on his Twitter account, with the hashtag # NéstorCumple, which became a trend on his birthday.
Hundreds of messages from political figures, social movements and citizens follow each other in this cyberspace to commemorate the President from 2003 to 2007, with his words, especially the pictures in which he was seen with his people.
The governor of the Province of Buenos Aires, Axel Kisilov, summoned the former president, noting that “Nestor made our generation believe in politics as a tool for transformation and that millions of Argentines regain hope and dignity.”
For his part, the Secretary of the Human Rights of the Nation and the grandson recovered by the grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo, Horacio Petragala, indicated that ‘since his arrival, Nestor began writing history, which they stole from us, who stole it from us, wanted to disappear. Thanks to him, we Argentines are starting to regain our true identity. He said: Thank you for your dedication and commitment.
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