This afternoon around 4:00 p.m., Vice President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner left her home in Recoleta for the first time after a man tried to shoot her on Thursday night.
Without knowing the direction to which she is heading, the deputy president was accompanied by a marked guard. It should be remembered that she continues to mount a strict security operation under the surveillance of the Federal Police on Juncal Street, a block where CFK resides.
Before getting into the vehicle, Cristina greeted a group of protesters who were on the corner.
Previously, he had received a visit from Judge María Eugenia Capuchetti, who took his first statement. At the same time, she was at her house with Alberto Fernández, with whom she had a 45-minute meeting.