Being a woman is not an impediment in the political scene, if it is to face the struggle for the sake of Argentina. Laura Mariela Ortiz
Laura Mariela Ortiz is a political campaigner, member of the Peronist party. She is also one of the leading members of the “FRONT FOR VICTORY” in support for President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner.
Laura Mariela answers our snap questions about her role in the current Argentinian political turmoil. < She explains it all in her direct and straightforward answers.
Argentina is currently undergoing difficult political times, but the women of the country seems decided to stand by their lady President, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner.
A huge rally held a few hours ago, saw marchers demanding answers over the death of a prosecutor. However, Mariela believe the conservative forces are out to undermine de Kirchner.
Read the interview below:-
Worldfuturetv.com: What are you fighting for, what is your struggle about? How do you feel being a woman politician among man’s dominance?
Laura Mariela Ortiz: At this time my struggle is against the anti-democratic campaign that some politicians are leading against the government of Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner.
These are called the opposition who performs maneuvers to destabilize the government as much by self-interest and interest of conservatives.
Being a woman is not an impediment in the political scene, if it is to face the struggle for the sake of Argentina.
Worldfuturetv.com: What do you expect to achieve with your political campaign?
Laura Mariela Ortiz: With respect to political campaign, I keep pointing out that it is not just a political campaign, but a democratic campaign for Argentina. It is about embracing the truth.
In the Peronist party that is the ruling party there are many women with political capabilities.
Worldfuturetv.com: How do you see yourself in 5 years time? Achieving your political goals and moving on to some other aims? Or sticking to the battle plan and continue to fight at all cost?
Laura Mariela Ortiz: Wow to that question: But why not questions in 5 years?