The Minister of the Interior, Eduardo “Wado” De Pedro, described this Friday as “scandalous” Y “promiscuous“the alleged chats that the Minister of Justice and Security of the City, Marcelo D’Alessandro, had with Silvio Robles, a close collaborator of the president of the Supreme Court, Horacio Rosatti, and considered that “there is no justice” with the highest court involved in exchange of messages of this type.
“The leaking of the chats that show a scandalously promiscuous relationship between Larreta’s Security Minister and Rosatti’s main adviser confirm what we denounce: with this court there is no justice“De Pedro posted on his Twitter account.
In this sense, he once again criticized “arbitrary, electoralist and anti-federal” the resolution of the court that obliges the national government to pay the city of Buenos Aires 2.95 percent of the mass of co-participating taxes.
We said that the ruling is arbitrary, electoral and anti-federal.
The leaking of the chats that show a scandalously promiscuous relationship between Larreta’s Security Minister and Rosatti’s main adviser confirm what we denounce: with this Court there is no justice.
— Wado de Pedro 🇦🇷 (@wadodecorrido) December 30, 2022
“The Court issued a shameful ruling between roosters and midnight giving more funds to Horacio Rodríguez Larreta, who manages the smallest district, with the fewest needs and the richest in the country to the detriment of all the provinces”DePedro explained.
Regarding the hearings ordered by the court in the context of the dispute over the funds, the minister explained: “In pursuit of transparency, we ask that they be public but the Court not only made them closed but also ordered that they not be recorded on any medium“.
This Thursday, a new leak of Telegram chats exposed alleged conversions between D’Alessandro and one of the advisers to the president of the Supreme Court, Silvio Roblesin which they discuss the ruling for co-participation and the integration of the Council of the Magistracy.
You can also see exchanges of messages between the Buenos Aires official and the businessman Marcelo Violantewhich handled the City’s towing and hauling service.