Sebastian Pinera, with regard to bounce that has been given to who was President of Argentina that Argentines, even Presidents of other countries, describes that this has been the farewell of the most important of the early leader, former President Nestor Kirchner, a controversial leader whose death leaves orphaned peronism and opens an unexpected and controversial political landscapeJudging by significant absences today at his funeral. A crowd collapses the Centre of Buenos Aires to pay tribute to the former President, who will be watched until tomorrow at 10 local time (1300 GMT) at the Casa Rosada, before being transferred to his hometown, Rio Gallegos, for burial. Force Cristina, thank you Nestor has been the phrase read in the posters of tribute and most listened during the last hours of mouth of thousands of people who have come to the headquarters of the Government, the emblematic Plaza de Mayo. Flags, posters, photographs, flowers, banners have composed an impromptu mural at the gate of the Casa Rosada, inside which are the remains of who was President of Argentina from 2003 to 2007 and who now occupied the positions of Deputy, President of the Peronist party (PJ, Peronist) and Secretary general of Unasur. In the Funeral Chapel, presided over by Cristina Fernandez, tucked at all times by their children, Max and Florence, met family, friends and Cabinet members to accompany the coffin, closed and covered by a flag where lie the remains of Kirchner. It gives us the source of information indicated that also the Presidents of Uruguay, Jose Mujica; Bolivia, Evo Morales; Chile, Sebastian Pinera; and Ecuador, Rafael Correa, have traveled to Buenos Aires to accompany Cristina in trance and say goodbye with honors the man who had chosen to lead the Union of South American Nations. They added Chavez, Hugo Chavez, the President of Brazil, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, and of Colombia, Juan Manuel Santos.