translated from Spanish: A day after Fernandez, Kicillof took the oath of office to his new cabinet.

The governor of the province of Buenos Aires, Axel Kicillof, took the oath on Tuesday to the new officials he summoned to his cabinet after the electoral defeat and the replacement that President Alberto Fernández made in his team. 

When we started the administration we said that we were going to have a militant cabinet and to that challenge are added the new ministers. I have no doubt that they will do so. — Axel Kicillof (@Kicillofok)
September 21, 2021

In an act carried out in the Metro theater of the city of La Plata, Carlos Bianco also assumed as Chief of Advisors to the governor; Cristina Álvarez Rodríguez, new Minister of Government; Leonardo Nardini, Minister of Infrastructure, and Agustín Simone as General Administrator of the Housing Institute.The president of the Chamber of Deputies, Sergio Massa; the head of the ruling bloc in DIputados, Máximo Kirchner and the Buenos Aires candidates, Victoria Tolosa Paz and Daniel Gollán.

Kicillof also spoke a few words, in which he welcomed the new members of the administration, whom he invited to carry out a “militant Cabinet”. The provincial president said: “The only thing I have to add is that when we started this government we said that the cabinet was going to be a militant cabinet. To that I invite you, that I ask you and I have no doubt that you will do it.” >

Kicillof also said, in reference to the arrival of Insaurralde and Nardini, communal chiefs of Lomas de Zamora and Malvinas Argentinas, respectively, that “incorporating the two mayors of the province of Buenos Aires, the government is expanded, strengthened, gains in territoriality and knowledge.”

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