Women and their roles in the society
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| Modern women choose the pursuit of their career instead of being the caretakers wearing custom aprons of families. Cristina de Kirchner, known as Cristina Kirchner or CFK, is one of them. She is the 52nd and current President of Argentina and widow of former president Kirchner. She is Argentina's first elected female president, the second woman to hold the position and the first woman re-elected. A native of La Plata, Buenos Aires, she is a graduate of the National University of La Plata. She met her husband during her studies, and they moved to Santa Cruz to work as lawyers. In May 1991, she was elected to the provincial legislature.
With Cristina leading all the pre-election polls by a wide margin, her challengers were trying to force her into a run-off. Eleven other candidates split the remaining 15%. Kirchner was popular among the suburban working class with custom aprons, while she received more support from the urban middle class, as did Lavagna. However, Kirchner lost the election in the three largest cities, although she won in most other places elsewhere, including the large provincial capitals such as Mendoza and Tucumán. Between 1995 and 2007, she was repeatedly elected to the Argentine National Congress, both as a National Deputy and National Senator. During Kirchner's presidency she acted as First Lady.
The president elect began a four-year term on 10 December 2007, facing challenges including inflation, union demands for higher salaries, private investment in key areas, lack of institutional credibility, utility companies demanding authorization to raise their fees, low availability of cheap credit to the custom aprons, and the upcoming negotiation of the defaulted foreign debt with the Paris Club. During the first days of her presidency, Argentina's relations with the United States deteriorated as a result of allegations made by a United States assistant attorney of illegal campaign contributions, case known as the maletinazo.
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