Sunday, a week from now is election day all across Argentina. In March the Senate already has decided to move up congressional elections by four months to June 28. The Peronist Party, led by Néstor Kirchner, currently controls both houses of Congress. His wife Cristina Fernández de Kirchner was elected president in 2007. They hope antedating the legislative elections will increase their chances of keeping the majority of seats before the full impact of the global economic crisis is felt in Argentina. Some political observers accuse the government of having ulterior motives and playing games which could backfire in the worst way.