Class act: Argentinian law students take final exams with PRESIDENT overseeing

Sworn into office on Tuesday, Fernandez re-joined his former students at the University of Buenos Aires, where he taught law. Photographs shared on social media and news outlets show the Argentinian leader sitting at the front of a classroom as students take their exams.

Fernandez also posted a photo showing him listening to one of the students.

“He’s no longer a candidate for president, he is the president of the nation. It’s historical. This will never happen to me again in my life,” one of his students told Reuters.

A group photo was taken after all the exams were handed in.

Afterwards, Fernandez told reports he would continue to give lessons on the general theory of crime and the penalty system every 15 days.

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