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The FdT denounces an attempt to proscribe or condition Cristina Fernández de Kirchner

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The FdT denounces an attempt to proscribe or condition Cristina Fernández de Kirchner

A retiree shows her support for Cristina Kirchner. / Photo: Camila Godoy.

National officials, governors, legislators and leaders of the Front of All (FdT) expressed this Monday their “solidarity” towards Vice President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner in the face of “political, judicial and media harassment” expressed in the trial investigating public works in Santa Cruz that, they considered, has the sole purpose of “proscribing” or “politically conditioning” the former president.

“The allegations of the prosecutors, as mediatic as they may be, are not evidence. Evidence, they have none. This case only has the objective of banning @CFKArgentina,” Interior Minister Eduardo de Pedro wrote in his account of the Twitter social network.

The pronouncements were made known while the last hearing of the 9 established for the allegation of prosecutors Diego Luciani and Sergio Mola was taking place in the trial for the alleged direction of the public road works in Santa Cruz between 2003 and 2015, which is being held in the courts of Comodoro Py.

“In these 40 years, we Argentines have consolidated our democracy with effort. Let’s not go backwards”asked De Pedro in his tweet thread, to which he attached a post from this morning by the Vice President.

Fernández de Kirchner also spoke on that social network through a series of posts.

“Given the lack of evidence in the oral trial and the statements of the witnesses that demolished Iguacel’s complaint, the prosecutors, in open violation of the principle of defense at trial, mounted issues in his accusation that had never been raised,” said the former president in the first of her tweets.

The Minister of Public Works, Gabriel Katopodis, asserted that “today we are seeing how part of the judiciary is wanting to ban @CFKArgentina.”

“Argentina deserves an independent Justice. It is imperative for our democratic system not to let this political persecution pass,” he remarked.

For the Minister of Social Development, Juan Zabaleta, the “lack of evidence against @CFKArgentina shows that there is ongoing political persecution” and also pointed out that “these practices should not be part of our democracy.”

“We repudiate the judicial and political persecution of @CFKArgentina, who changed the history of our country to transform the lives and education of millions of Argentines,” said the head of Education, Jaime Perczyk.

Foreign Minister Santiago Cafiero assured that with this cause “they want to proscribe” the former president. “The extreme right in Latin America is anti-democratic. They did it with Perón and recently with popular leaders in the region,” the foreign minister warned, citing former presidents Evo Morales (Bolivia) and Luis Inácio Lula da Silva (Brazil) as cases.

Cafiero indicated that “our peoples are fair: they do not abandon those who risk it for them.”

“Enough of persecution. Enough of ‘lawfare’. Everyone with Cristina,” Buenos Aires president Axel Kicillof posted on Twitter, while Ricardo Quintela from La Rioja spoke of the existence of “manifest partiality of prosecutors and judges against Cristina Fernández de Kirchner” in this trial.

“Judges and prosecutors associated with the corporate plot, seek to offer as an achievement of their actions the conviction without evidence of @CFKArgentina, to the establishment of the always privileged powerful group,” Quintela wrote.

The governor of Santa Cruz, Alicia Kirchner, pointed out that “a part of the judiciary wants to ban @CFKArgentina as they did with Lula and others.”

“They put together cases without evidence to discipline her for working for the benefit of the Argentine people. We demand an end to the persecution, let’s live in a democracy,” he said.

The deputy governor of Buenos Aires, Verónica Magario; the head of the Buenos Aires Cabinet of Ministers, Martín Insaurralde, and the Buenos Aires health minister, Nicolás Kreplak, expressed their rejection of the judicial persecution against the vice president and her support at this time.

“I reject the judicial persecution against @CFKArgentina, which also violates the clear rules of our democracy, and I ratify my solidarity and accompaniment to those who changed the lives of millions of Argentines with their public policies,” added Insaurralde on Twitter.

The Minister of Development of the province of Buenos Aires, Andrés Larroque, expressed that “with Cristina you don’t mess around” and added: “Cristina against power, there is nothing in the middle.”

The national deputy of the Front of All For his part, Leopoldo Moreau pointed out that the trial for the highway case is “a great political persecution operation against Cristina Kirchner.” He alluded, also on Twitter, that “a prosecutor without concrete evidence in the trial will appeal to a compendium of phrases built over time by Clarín, La Nación, Lanata and even Viviana Canosa.”

“He will also lay hands – Moreau continued – on statements in other trials. He knows that he enjoys the impunity of being a buddy of the president of the court.”

Moreau concluded that “the peacefully mobilized people will be responsible for defending the rule of law.”

Meanwhile, the Minister of Development of the province of Buenos Aires, Andrés Larroque, expressed through the same social network that “you don’t mess with Cristina.”

From the blocks of deputies and senators of the Front of All of the province of Buenos Aires they repudiated “the judicial persecution” against Cristina Kirchner. They assured that the road cause “is one more episode of political, judicial and media harassment that has been carried out in a coordinated manner in our country and in Latin America since 2015.”

“In the case of our Vice President, this practice has a clear objective: to outlaw her politically”they held.

The national deputies of the Frente de Todos, meanwhile, ratified in a statement their “solidarity with the vice president” and repudiated “any use of the Judiciary as a mechanism to persecute political and social leaders.” “Comrade Cristina, for years, has been a victim of spurious strategies and in the next few hours we will have new episodes in a long history of persecution,” the legislators said.

They affirmed that the objective is to “politically condition one of the most important referents of the national and popular movement in Argentine history.”

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For their part, the national senators of the FdT, also in a statement, assured that there is a “political persecution” against the Vice President that comes from “a part of Justice.”

In a statement released this morning, the group of senators headed by Formosan José Mayans stated that this is being carried out “in complicity with the large media groups, in order to discredit, damage the image and remove various national referents from circulation. and popular”.

“Our interbloc stands in solidarity with the compañera Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, who for years has been suffering a media-judicial onslaught based on false accusations, without the existence of reliable evidence and without being allowed to fully exercise her right to defense,” specified the senators of the Front of All.

The objective of the trial is to “politically condition one of the most important referents of the national and popular movement in Argentine history”Block of national deputies of the FdT

Teresa García, president of the block of Buenos Aires senators of the Frente de Todos (FdT), said that “it is not something against” her (alluding to the Vice President) but that “they come for Peronism.”

“This is an embarrassment, a shame, this sector of Justice is part of the PRO”he added in statements to FM La Patriada.

For García, “Cristina is being judged for having confronted the sectors of power”, for which she considered that “everything else is fabrication, it is an allegation without support, without evidence and with provocative acts”.

Buenos Aires mayors of the FdT also sent their words of support to Fernández de Kirchner through Twitter.

“The sentence is written by the macrista Judicial Party. Like Perón, they want to ban her, for her intelligence and her courage to give dignity to the workers and confront the real power that they gain at the cost of the hunger of our People”, evaluated the mayor of Quilmes, Mayra Mendoza.

The community chief of La Matanza, Fernando Espinoza, also expressed his support and stated that “we are not going to allow our democracy, which cost us so much effort to recover, to be damaged.”

“Cristina is synonymous with more popular rights and equality. That greatly annoys the privileged minorities who seek her ban,” he said.

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