After three weeks leave taken by her thyroid operation, Argentina’s President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner returned with criticism for the United Kingdom over the disputed Falkland Islands and because of the “many lies” published about her health.
“Here we are again in the arena, as it corresponds,” said Fernandez from the Casa Rosada. Argentina’s leader appeared with the collar open, showing its two-inch scar.”If I wear a headscarf, tomorrow Clarín says: ‘She did not undergo a surgery,'” joked Fernandez. “Aesthetic has me, but I said, the policy before aesthetics,” she said.
After surgical intervention, doctors reported that the President of Argentina did not have cancer but a benign follicular adenoma, which led to rumors that it was all a “mount”. Doctors say that in such cases “you don’t know until you open.”
As British Prime Minister David Cameron said earlier in the week that Argentina is a country “more than colonialist” in the conflict over the sovereignty of the Falklands, Cristina said that whoever dares to say that has “no reason or argument “. “We will continue with the claim that compliances with the UN resolution, to sit down and discuss this issue,” she said.