The chancellor, Santiago Cafiero made a “be quiet” after the presence of Iranian Mohsen Rezai is sworn in by the President of Nicaragua, Daniel Ortega. This person is accused of being one of the brains of the attempt to AMIA in 1994 and appeared alongside Ambassador Daniel Capitanich in a Photo. Regarding this, the deputy of Together for Change, Waldo Wolff, announced that it will carry out a complaint about.
In dialogue with Radio Rivadavia, Wolff assured that “it is difficult to know what to do, each one must do what they can and what they should do” and announced that he made “a request for interpellation against the chancellor and now I am preparing a criminal complaint, because he failed to fulfill his duties as a public official. The deputy had demonstrated on Twitter.
Based on this, Wolff remarked that «one thing is the political expressions that one can and should have regarding the functioning of a country like Nicaragua, which does not trigger the red alerts on a required by the Argentine justice, but another thing is that the The same country does not do it, because it should have requested the arrest of Mohsen Rezai, because this is what our justice requires, due to the arrest warrant.
Regarding the extradition, he said that “it is a complex mechanism”, but that the Foreign Ministry “should have politically triggered the arrest instead of having issued a statement of repudiation.” According to his perspective, he recalled that “Nicaragua has relations with Argentina and now it is seen that it has a link with a man who is accused of murdering Argentines.”
Wolff remarked that “an energetic claim from Argentina should have transcended that apparently there was none” and that “the foreign minister is responsible for not having called the ambassador for consultation, 25 years ago we have been waiting for the arrest of the Accused by Argentina for the attack on the AMIA, the two times we had them within range, the Bolivarian friends, Evo Morales and Daniel Ortega, received them as heroes ».