Ah! And the most ridiculous case is that he was about to tender the construction of a gas pipeline between Bolivia and Argentina when, according to the Argentine newspaper Ambito Financiero of today: Confirms Bolivia, through its Vice-President, that there will be no gas to Argentina until 2012. It seems that just now realize this small detail but to reassure Cristina, who stood more than nervous with the attitude of Evo, is that Presidents of Bolivia, Brazil and Argentina met in Buenos Aires. Although neither Evo nor Lula gave a solution in the short term for the Argentina, yes he could arrive at important agreements for the medium and long term. The Brazilian for International Affairs, Marco Aurelio Garcia, Adviser was clear to specify that in the work of the Saturday meeting was discussed that these problems cannot be seen in the short term perspective, because if not, every year we will have to meet us to ascertain that there will be problems in the winter or in the summer. I understand that Lula, despite wanting to stay with all the Bolivian gas, is doing a favor to the Argentina wanting to impose a long-term vision to the solution of the energy problem. According to the site Argentine Infobae, Lula told Cristina that the energy problem is not cyclical, but structural there is no time to stay claiming that was not done before you should start to discuss what needs to be done tomorrow so that both the Argentina and Brazil can give a positive perspective to the investors who believe in both countries. It is logical that Lula thinks so, since you must not want to repeat the experience of Fernando Henrique Cardoso, in 2001, it collapsed when the electrical system of Brazil, which forced him to carry out an energy emergency programme that included an increase in rates of 200%. . .