former governor of santiago del estero Mercedes Marina “Nina” AragonesThe ex-wife of provincial president Carlos Juárez died on Tuesday at the age of 96.His lawyer Francisco Cavallotti confirmed his death
lawyer informed Teram “Nina” Aragones died at his home on Calle Alvarado 450 in the capital of Santiago at around 9 a.m. on Tuesday morning due to “Multiple Organ Failure”. At the same time, he said that a few months ago, the former provincial president was hospitalized for bronchitis. However, he has recovered and is at home.
He died on Tuesday morning due to “multiple organ failure typical for his age”.
“She was a woman in the history of Santiago del Estero because she pushed the housewife retirement law and the women’s quota law, she was never a cold witness to history but a protagonist,” Cavalotti said. “
“Nina” Aragones due to lead Justice Women’s Branch For decades, she has been involved in conducting career and trade workshops for disadvantaged women and has held various public positions at different institutional levels such as Deputy State Minister, Minister for Women and, in 2002, Governor of the province.
His body will be veiled in an intimate setting before being moved to La Paz Park Cemetery in the capital, Santiago, according to the family.