They say close to Sergio Massa that he always imagined the trip to China as a visit with the main powers of the State. But, yes, he thought only of the Legislative Power. Thus, Cecilia Moreau called her. They also say that Moreau took only 10 minutes to respond. He said, "Sergio, let's go with Maximo."
The truth is that the presence of the son of the vice president and head of the Buenos Aires PJ is read as a political endorsement of the economy minister. And so it was expressed to the Chinese.
The Argentine Ambassador to China, Sabino Vaca Narvaja, who is experiencing a storm these days, achieved what usually takes months, that legislators receive the highest authorities of the National Assembly, a powerful body of definitions in China.
Massa, for his part, added Máximo to all the meetings and on Tuesday he was seen at the end of the meeting with those responsible for the Santa Cruz dams in the lobby of the Westin Hotel, where the delegation is staying. Visibly thinner, with a bulb pants and brand new jacket, Máximo Kirchner elegantly dodged Clarín's request for prints. It later issued a written statement.
There he said: "The concrete thing about this dam project whose investment is 1,100 million dollars in total, is that it allows the development of the local electromechanical industry, also construction, generating new jobs."
Cecilia Moreau, on the other hand, highlighted the public and private articulation for a work of this magnitude.
Máximo Kirchner attended with his press chief and it is pointed out that in the 24 hours of flight from Buenos Aires to Shanghai he was very loose with his traveling companions. It is also said that they could not extract any pledge from him about future candidacies.
Among his contacts in Shanghai is talk that he may have meetings with Communist Party leaders. A visit to the museum that keeps how the famous Revolution of 1949 was conceived, in which it was a simple house in the French section of the city, is also planned. There a dozen men undertook what was called the long march. Among them was Mao Zedong.
That small and austere museum was converted a few years ago into a huge building with marble walls that tell the story of this millenary country, but only from 1949 onwards.
Shanghai (Special Envoy)