Dale al Twitt

La imagen del día

La imagen del día

La frase del Día...

"La soja se puede mantener un año o más sin venderse" , Luis Miguel Etchevehere, Presidente de la Sociedad Rural


Top 10 Female Leader - TIME MAGAZINE


On Sep. 7, Julia Gillard became the first woman elected Prime Minister of Australia. In honor of female politicians kicking through glass ceilings, TIME takes a look at 10 women who have made it to the top

Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, President of Argentina

President Cristina Fernández, at the government house in Buenos Aires
Natacha Pisarenko / AP

Elected President in November 2007 (thereby succeeding her husband Néstor), Fernández has proven she is her own woman. Dismissively referred to as "Cristina" by some members of Argentina's macho political elite, Fernández has survived a standoff with the country's powerful farming lobby, a fallout with the U.S. over a suitcase allegedly containing illegal campaign contributions and a series of high-profile economic-policy spats that culminated in the ousting of the governor of Argentina's Central Bank earlier this year. With her striking appearance and polarizing rhetoric, she inevitably draws comparisons with former First Lady Eva Perón.