“Who? When? I want a PRO legislator to say with which family member and when he was with the relatives. Four years are going to be fulfilled,” said Isabel Polo, the sister of a crew member of the ARA San Juan, after the act that Former President Mauricio Macri stood at the door of the Dolores courts, where he said “to be in solidarity with the relatives” of the ARA San Juan.
Macri and the PRO referents, with Patricia Bullrich at the head, mobilized this Thursday to Dolores, where the former president had to testify for espionage on the victims’ families. “Was the circus they put together today necessary? It is more than clear to me that they continue to shit on the 44 crew members,” lamented Polo.
The sister of one of the victims said she felt “a lot of indignation at having seen the call made by the networks in part was fulfilled and that what they criticize so much the ruling party they ended up doing.” The call by the networks for the followers of the former president also gathered yesterday other referents and candidate of Together for Change, with some errors such as that of Diego Santilli that showed the assembly around the act.
Along the same lines, interviewed by C5NClaudio Rodríguez, another relative of the ARA San Juan victims, pointed out that the act in support of Macri produced “a lot of sadness and anguish” and that those who marched there “did not go to support Macri” but rather “went against it. of the 44 crew “.
“They call us political and that is what they did today”
The act in defense of Macri sought to use the figure of the next of kin, victims in the case investigating the PRO leader, and one of the organizers, the former secretary of Public Media Hernán Lombardi, expressed it when he said that since Cambiemos “they were always” with the families of the victims of Ara San Juan. “They brand us of doing politics and that is what they did today,” lamented Polo.
The relatives also made reference to the cause for which the former president is being investigated, the espionage activities to learn about his organization and their claims. “We began to feel the feeling that they were getting us on the phone,” said Rodríguez, while Polo considered that since the disappearance of the submarine in 2017, they were “spied on” and “ignored.”
Despite the political and media setting surrounding the espionage cause, Rodríguez trusted that this Thursday “we took a little step” so that “the investigation could move forward.”