“We are living [in] an unprecedented moment. It is the first time in decades that a president is leaving office with considerable power left,” said Juan Cruz Díaz, managing director at Cefeidas Group, an international advisory firm. “That makes Fernández’s post-presidency influence harder to predict.”
Díaz, the political analyst, believes that as long as the next president remains strong, Fernández will stay on the sidelines. “She wouldn’t want to risk showing that she’s no longer powerful,” he said.
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