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Juan Manzur defended Cristina Kirchner in the middle of the trial for the Vialidad case: “I believe in her innocence”

John Manzur gave his opinion on medium of judgment of Cristina Kirchner for the road cause. The Chief of Ministers defended to vice president and maintained that he believes in innocence. The message from the former governor of Tucumán was directed at the strong accusation received by the former President by federal prosecutor Diego Luciani. In addition to trusting in innocence He assured that “it will be demonstrated”.

The chief of staff of Alberto Fernandez got involved in the trial that is being carried out against Cristina Kirchner for corruption in public works during her presidency and that of her husband, Néstor Kirchner. The official did not delay in defending the innocence of the vice president. «I believe in the innocence of Cristina Kirchner and this will be proven”, he emphasized.

On Monday, federal prosecutor Diego Luciani confronted the former president in the allegation. Through a video call, he accused Cristina Kirchner as one of the heads of the illicit association. Another of those pointed out by Luciani were Néstor Kirchner and Lázaro Báez. “It was a pyramidal illicit association that had at its peak those who served as heads of state and that was organized and integrated by different public officials,” said the prosecutor.

“When Néstor Kirchner assumed the presidency and then his wife, Cristina Elizabeth Fernández, they installed and maintained within the national and provincial administration of Santa Cruz one of the most extraordinary matrices of corruption that the country has unfortunately and sadly known,” he stressed, According to NA, Diego Luciani made the statement in the presence of the former President.

Despite this, Juan Manzur trusts in the lack of merit, in accusations or unreliable or false evidence to “muddy” the vice president. In that same sense, he remarked that the allegation is not relevant enough to sentence the accused. “It is not so, hopefully, the allegation is an instance of the judicial question”, replied the chief of staff.

Source: Elintransigente

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