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The final arguments of Cristina Fernández’s defense continue in the Vialidad trial

The final arguments of Cristina Fernández's defense continue in the Vialidad trial

He faces a request for a sentence of 12 years in prison and disqualification for life from holding public office. Photo: File.

The defense of Cristina Fernández de Kirchner in the “Highway” case will continue this Tuesday for the second day with his final argument in the trial that follows the Vice President and 12 others accused of alleged crimes with the national public works in Santa Cruz.

The lawyers Carlos Beraldi and Ary Llernovoy will continue exposing before the Federal Oral Court 2.

For Friday, the Vice President plans to speak before judges Jorge Gorini, Andrés Basso and Rodrigo Giménez Uriburu in use of her right to exercise her own defense for her profession as a lawyer, something that she will also do virtually.

The former president faces a request for a sentence of 12 years in prison and disqualification for life from holding public office by federal prosecutors Diego Luciani and Sergio Mola, as alleged “head” of illicit association and fraudulent administration.

This Monday, his defense harshly questioned the Prosecutor’s Office of the cause “Road”; he stated that he incurred “malpractice” to support a “fantasy” and asserted that the accusation was “defeated” by the evidence obtained in almost three years of oral trial.

Meanwhile, through Twitter, the Vice President considered at the beginning of the allegations it was proven “in documented form” that prosecutors Luciani and Mola “blatantly lied.”

Likewise, invited to “continue watching” the second day statement that his lawyers will present today, where “he continues with the demolition of the scandalous accusation” of the prosecutors.



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