“Néstor and Cristina Kirchner installed one of the most extraordinary matrices of corruption”. The prosecutor’s sentence Diego Luciani yesterday had a huge impact and was the most convincing summary of the beginning of his arguments in the oral trial for the public work that Lázaro Báez received for Santa Cruz. Thus, the judicial official made it clear that he will request that the Vice President of the Nation be sentenced in her first oral trial.
In this framework, the chief of staff, John Manzurwas consulted when he arrived today at the Casa Rosada and, although he tried to avoid the subject, the insistence of the press forced him to speak publicly: “I believe in the innocence of Cristina Kirchner and this will be proven”, he replied after avoiding two previous consultations on the judicial situation facing the leader of the Front of All.
Previously, the coordinator of ministers had tried to tone down Luciani’s forceful exposition, who denounced the existence of an illicit association and even spoke of the “plan to clean everything” so as not to leave evidence, with whatsapp messages from José López that he did not they knew each other “It is not so, hopefully, the allegation is an instance of the judicial question”, said Manzur before closing the brief press conference he gave today at the door of the government palace.