Corte Suprema de Justicia

In recent days, a march was called for the first of February against the judges of the Supreme Court of Justice. It is headed by the Vice Minister of Justice, Juan Martín Mena, and supported by renowned personalities in the area such as Eugenio Zaffaroni, who questioned that from the opposition they do not want reform the justice or the constitution.

In this regard, the judge warned in C5N that “to think about a restructuring of the Judiciary and a future constitutional reform gives gorillas the creeps“Although he remarked that it is” necessary “to think ahead and plan a” new Constitution and a rational structure of the Judiciary like those in the world “, something that at the moment in Argentina does not happen.

In addition to this, the aforementioned denounced that “there is no supreme court, nor of control of constitutionality, nor of cassation that has four judges” and that there arises the problem of this crossroads that has the highest court in the eye of the questions. In addition, he warned that this situation is affecting “republicanism”, so it must be dealt with urgent.

Beyond this, he also criticized the way the four judges of the Supreme Court work and assured that “it is nothing new” that “it does not work properly” since “all the behavior is focusing on four people” when really ” the problem is much deeper ”and must come from a“ total reform ”that makes a radical change in the system.

But is the march for this?

Despite Zaffaroni’s proposal, the call for the first day of February is in rejection of the judges Horacio Rosatti, Carlos Rosenkrantz, Juan Carlos Maqueda and Ricardo Lorenzetti, of whom they request the resignation due to the lack of effectiveness and speed in their decisions. In this way, the claim does not seek a general change in both the Constitution and the Judiciary, but rather a name change.

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