It’s an idea that resonates with everyone: Justice for everyone.
The theme is trotted out nearly every election cycle, be it in the United States or Argentina. It’s an effective, ear-catching platform. After all who would argue against people being treated fairly? Equally?
Perhaps no other political figure (accidental or not) embodied that sentiment more than Maria Eva Duarte de Peron: Evita. Well, maybe Argentina’s revolutionary export Ernesto “Che” Guevara.
But, unlike Evita, Che doesn’t have thousands of people crowding Buenos Aires streets to commemorate his death.