Being a dictator ain’t what it used to be

The (Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de) Kirchner administration took another kick in the teeth today, and it’s good news.

Her grand plan to assume control of the government was stymied when the Argentine Supreme Court ruled that the proposed reform drafted by “the bitch” is unconstitutional and have suspended the election.

The result was six votes in favor of handing her a loss and one vote supporting the latest attempts by Kirchner and her playboy son.

The Buenos Aires Herald, Argentina‘s largest English speaking newspaper went on to report,  “Justices Ricardo Lorenzetti, Juan Carlos Maqueda, Elena Highton de Nolasco and Carlos Fayt voted against it. Carmen Argibay and Enrique Petracchi also ruled against it, although they stated their votes were “concurrent.” Justice Eugenio Zaffaroni voted in favour of the reform, but he said he was against the reform in general.

With the dictator of Asheville Homeless Network being deposed and now this with Kirchner, it’s been a good month.

 Jerry Nelson is a freelance photojournalist from America.  His latest book of photography, Suenitos tells the story of the only daycare inside the dangerous Hidden City.  Now based in Argentina, he continues to turn his lens on social justice issues around the globe.  Connect with Jerry on MosaicHub, Facebook or LinkedIn today. Follow this link to read more of his work on Huffington Post and Examiner.  Have a story that needs to reach national media?  Email him today.

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