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Oficialism and opposition in face of the presidential elections in Argentina
CADAL
20 de mayo de 2011
With the participation of analyst Marcos Novaro as guest speaker, CADAL organized a new meeting of Foro Latinoamericano Buenos Aires. Among other issues, Novaro referred to the following questions: Will national competence reduce or can it reemerge, even with a weak and fragmented opposition? Is it possible that CFK wins with more than 50% of the votes? Will there be a ''profundization of the model'' in the direction of a populist radicalization? Can traditional peronism, non-peronist oposition and/or businessmen be a barrier to the ''profundization of the Kirchnerist model''? At the end of the Forum a wine toast was offered sponsored by Bodegas San Huberto.
 

With the participation of analyst Marcos Novaro as guest speaker, CADAL organized a new meeting of Foro Latinoamericano Buenos Aires. Among other issues, Novaro referred to the following questions: Will national competence reduce or can it reemerge, even with a weak and fragmented opposition? Is it possible that CFK wins with more than 50% of the votes? Will there be a "profundization of the model" in the direction of a populist radicalization? Can traditional peronism, non-peronist oposition and/or businessmen be a barrier to the "profundization of the Kirchnerist model"?

The Forum was moderated by Historian Ricardo López Göttig, member of CADAL's Academic Council, and among the participants were the ambassadors of Belgium and Czech Republic.

Marcos Novaro holds a BA in Sociology and a PhD in Philosophy from Universidad de Buenos Aires (UBA). Currently he is director of the Program of Political History at Instituto de Investigaciones Gino Germani from UBA, and of Archivo de Historia Oral in the same univeristy and from Centro de Investigaciones Políticas. He is professor of "Leaderships, representation and public opinion", adjunct schollar of "Contemporary Political Theory" at UBA. He has published numerous articles in local and foreign journals. Among his most recent books are: Historia de la Argentina 1955/2010 (Editorial Siglo XXI, 2010), Historia de la Argentina Contemporánea (Editorial Edhasa, Buenos Aires, 2006), La Historia Reciente: Ensayos sobre la experiencia democrática argentina, en colaboración con Vicente Palermo (Editorial Edhasa, Buenos Aires, 2004), La Dictadura militar, 1976-1983 (Editorial Paidós, Buenos Aires, 2003, en colaboración con Vicente Palermo), and El derrumbe político en el ocaso de la convertibilidad, (Editorial Norma, Buenos Aires, 2002).

At the end of the Forum a wine toast was offered with the sponsor of Bodegas San Huberto. In the picture: economist Tristán Rodríguez Loredo, lawyer Marcelo Loprete and Engineer José Montaldo.

Bernabé García Hamilton, Michael Ramsey, María Sáenz Quesada and Marcos Novaro.

Foro Latinoamericano BUE is an event of the Program of Regional Political and Economic Analysis (Paper latino) of CADAL focused on the creation of a space for analysis and reflection on matters of current political, economic, social and institutional matters of Argentina and Latin America. This event is directed to CADAL's donors and special guests, among them, foreign diplomats, social referents and journalists.