Cristina Fernandez, jailed or dead

Cristina Fernandez, jailed or dead
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11 December 2022
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Buenos Aires, Dec 11 (Prensa Latina) As she repeatedly denounced, Argentinian Vice President, Cristina Fernandez, was sentenced to six years in prison and disqualified from holding public office, a situation she described as a judicial mafia and a firing squad at a parallel State.

While social organizations rejected on the streets persecution against her, the Federal Oral Court 2 sentenced Fernandez who is also Senate President for alleged fraudulent administration to the detriment of public administration.

Such a verdict is part of the so-called Causa Vialidad for alleged irregularities in granting 51 works in the province of Santa Cruz between 2003-2015, events that the vice president rejected and denied during the three years of hearings.

The former president pointed out the existence of a board of judges and officials -in the style of the army during the dictatorship (1976-1983) – that rules and decides outside all levels. She further assured that her disqualification is the real condemnation sought by those who oppose Peronism.

“I am not going to subject the political force that gave me the honor of being twice president and vice president to be mistreated in an electoral period,” Fernandez highlighted when ruling out her candidacy for 2023.

“Magnetto (Héctor Horacio, Clarín Group CEO) may give the order to his henchmen of the Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court to arrest me, but I will never be his pet. All this if some businessmen do not think of financing other gangs of illegals to shoot me first, because they want me imprisoned or dead”, she said.

She also highlighted that she is being prosecuted for the governments that were won democratically in the name of Peronism with the surname Kirchner in 2003, 2007, 2011 and 2019.

“This is what they are charging me for and that is why they are disqualifying me: for promoting a model of economic development and recognition of the rights of the people,” she pointed out.

Members of social, union and political organizations remained for hours on the streets as a show of support for Cristina Fernandez, and to denounce violations committed during the manipulated legal process.

After the verdict was known, President Alberto Fernandez, Frente de Todos ministers and lawmakers, the Mothers and Grandmothers of Plaza de Mayo, the Human Rights Secretariat, the General Labor Confederation, the Justicialista Party and other organizations rejected aggressions against the Vice President and assured that a coup is underway to outlaw her.

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