Martin Soria went out to defend a Cristina Kirchner in the framework of judgment who is facing for corruption in public works. The Justice Minister questioned the prosecutors who accused the vice president of leading an illicit association with state resources. At the same time lashed out against Supreme Court of Justice and admitted that “it would be nice to have a majority to kick the judges out» the highest court.

The head of the Justice portfolio referred to the judicial process that the former President is going through. That is why he lashed out at federal prosecutors Sergio Mola and Diego Luciani. The latter had a strong argument against Cristina Kirchner on Monday. The prosecutor’s accusations aroused the rejection of pro-government leaders and officials who decided to launch a network campaign in support of the former president.

The minister assured that what they are doing with Cristina Kirchner is merely a “political and judicial persecution.” “All this is going to end like the other causes that fell apart: future dollar, Memorandum with Iran or the blessed letter from San Martin”, indicated Martín Soria in an interview on AM750 radio.

The official insisted again on the treachery on the part of Luciani and Mola against the former Presidents. He analyzed the allegations of the prosecutors and glimpsed that «they were more concerned with adjectives to the vice president than showing evidence«. “They talked about common sense. It’s crazy,” added the Minister of Justice. He also spoke of a “desperate and ecstatic desire of the right to condemn Cristina Kirchner.”

Finally, he crossed the Supreme Court judges and imagined the possibility that at some point the necessary votes could be counted on to decide on the highest court. “You have to win the elections convincingly to have many votes. There you can have aggravated majorities to accuse a judge of the Court before the Senate and then throw him out. It would be nice to have the majority”sentenced.

Source: Elintransigente

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