His father, Néstor Carlos Kirchner Sr., met the Chilean María Juana Ostoić by telegraphy.They had three children: Néstor, Alicia, and María Cristina.Although Duhalde lost the 1999 presidential election, he was appointed president by the Congress when previous presidents Fernando de la Rúa and Adolfo Rodríguez Saá resigned during the December 2001 riots.Duhalde suggested that Kirchner run for president in 2003 in a bid to prevent Menem's return to the presidency.Kirchner joined the University Federation for the National Revolution (FURN), a political student group.Although it was described by some former members as a chapter of the Montoneros, others maintained that FURN was sympathetic and linked to Montoneros but was never involved with its attacks.Kirchner died of cardiac arrest on October 27, 2010, and received a state funeral.Néstor Carlos Kirchner was born on February 25, 1950, in Río Gallegos, Santa Cruz, a Federal territory at the time.
The 2005 midterm elections were a victory for Kirchner, and signaled the end of Duhalde's supremacy in Buenos Aires Province.
At the civil ceremony, Kirchner's friends sang the Peronist song "Los muchachos peronistas".
He graduated a year later, returned to Patagonia with Cristina, The National Reorganization Process eventually allowed political activity in preparation for a return to democracy.
Néstor was part of the third generation of Kirchners living in the city.
As a result of pertussis, he developed strabismus at an early age; however, he refused medical treatment because he considered his eye part of his self-image.
27 October 2010) was an Argentine politician who served as President of Argentina from 2003 to 2007 and as Governor of Santa Cruz from 1991 to 2003.