The Minister of Justice and Human Rights, Martín Soria, defended Cristina Kirchner after the accusation of prosecutors Sergio Mola and Diego Luciani in the allegations of the trial for the alleged irregularities in the allocation of public works in the province of Santa Cruz. Also, rreiterated his criticism of the Supreme Court and assured that he would like the Front of All to have the votes in Congress to advance in a political trial against more than one member of the highest court.
In statements to AM750, Soria assured that the cause known as Vialidad has the “sole objective of the judicial persecution against Cristina Kirchner”. “All this is going to end like the other causes that fell apart: future dollar, Memorandum with Iran or the blessed letter from San Martín,” listed the official, who stated that these are files “for political and judicial persecution.” .
Soria insisted that the Argentine Justice is “corrupted and submerged in disrepute.” “85 percent of the population does not believe in the Judiciary, this has to do with the suspicion of a lack of impartiality of the judges and prosecutors, “said Soria, who considered that Mola and Luciani “were more concerned with adjectives to the former president” than in showing evidence. “They talked about ‘common sense.’ It’s a crazy thing, ”he maintained.
Furthermore, he recalled that there is no evidence to convict the vice president, although he spoke of a “desperate and ecstatic desire of the right to condemn Cristina Kirchner.” “This is an armed cause that sooner or later will fall,” she insisted.
Martín Soria’s criticism of the Supreme Court
In line with his latest statements, the Minister of Justice once again firmly questioned the functioning of the Supreme Court. Days ago, in an extensive letter and two videos, Cristina Kirchner He reviewed the judicial persecution maneuvers and accused the Supreme Court of lawfare against him, a statement in which President Alberto Fernández agreed.
Now, Soria insisted on the questions and when asked why there was no progress in a profound reform of the judicial system and the expansion of the Court, he replied that “votes are lacking to pass the laws in Congress”.
“You have to win the elections convincingly to have many votes. There you can have aggravated majorities (two thirds) to impeach a judge of the Court before the Senate and then throw him out. It would be nice to have the majorities”, emphasized the minister.
“For 13 years in Argentina, thanks to the blessed crack, with opponents who applaud lawfare we cannot agree,” the minister remarked.