"The progress of the Government against the Court seems very serious to me"said Rodríguez Larreta

The head of government of the City of Buenos Aires, Horacio Rodríguez Larreta, spoke out in harsh terms against the national government after President Alberto Fernández assured that the Supreme Court “has a very serious operating problem”, and that national officials support a march to call for the resignation of the High Court ministers (see: https://www.eldia.com/nota/2022-1-11-3-18-54-el-gobierno-volvio-a-apuntar-contra-la-corte-politica-y-economia).

In a press conference in which details of the health situation that CABA is going through were given, and recommendations regarding the heat wave, Larreta referred to the judicial issue and said that “it is extremely serious that the President endorses” the mobilization.

The president had also said that “the Justice service works badly not for a former Vice President or a President, but for the citizens.” In this sense, the Buenos Aires chief expressed his concern about the advance of the national government over another of the powers of the State. In this sense, he stressed that “the principle of division of powers is one of the basic principles of the republished system. The advance and the government’s attack on the Court seem very serious to me. That national officials participate in a march requesting the resignation of the Court is extremely serious. “

The truth is that after the President’s statements, from Kirchnerism they announced that they will march on February 1, lower the slogan of “kicking out” the members of the Highest Court of Justice of the Nation. And it was after that call that the Vice Minister of Justice of the Nation, Martín Mena, spoke about it. “It seems good to me (the march). Every direct popular expression of the people I always endorse it and it seems to me healthy and necessary that people speak out and express their opinion,” he said in a radio interview.

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