Deputy of the Front of All defined the judges of the Supreme Court as "the biggest planners"

The dispute between front of all and the judges of the Supreme Court of Justice it is not something new. The conflict has been going on for several years, when the rulings of the Justice did not completely comply with Cristina Kirchner, Vice President of the Nation who accuses them of being functional to the right. This is what his officials maintain, including the deputy Marcelo Casaretto.

To this we must add that several days ago the possibility of including the magistrates of the highest court in the payment of the income tax. The official representative spoke about the same thing, using a terminology typical of opposition spaces to criticize the judges.

“When you start to look you find that the largest planes are those of the Supreme Court of Justice, which, for example, do not pay taxes on profits, ”said the national deputy for the Front of All. In this way, the entrerriano asked to reopen the discussion on the exemption of the tax burden since the State registers losses for 238 billion of pesos as a result of it according to NA.

The call for political dialogue

On the other hand, Casaretto assured that «political dialogue must always exist» between all the spaces that make up the political arc of the country. However, he acknowledged that he sees it as quite difficult to reach a “great political agreement in Argentina” as requested by Together for Change, a party that “doesn’t care” about the deputy.

Following this, he focused on a possible meeting between Cristina Kirchner and Mauricio Macri, as has been rumored. “I don’t tell others what they have to do, but if you see me in the Chamber of Deputies, I could be talking to both Cecilia Moreau and Myriam Bregman or Espert and Milei. That’s why I’m not going to tell Cristina who she meets with and who she doesn’t»he concluded.

Source: Elintransigente

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