Kirchner links her corruption conviction to the “stigmatization of women”


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A vice-presidente argentina, Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, em Buenos Aires, em março de 2022.

Argentine Vice President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner in Buenos Aires in March 2022.| Photo: EFE/ Juan Ignacio Roncoroni

“My status as a woman helps with stigmatization,” said the Argentine vice president, Cristina Kirchner, this Friday (23) in his defense in the Vialidad case, which investigates alleged corruption schemes in the country. During the speech, Kirchner also accused the Justice of being part of a “collusion” with former president Mauricio Macri to condemn her.

The vice president also linked the attack she suffered on September 1 to the investigations into the case. histrionic argument, they put the television on the door of my house. Right there they wanted to shoot me.”

Also former president of Argentina (

) refers to the prosecution of prosecutors Diego Luciani and Sergio Mola, who asked The conviction of Cristina Kirchner to years in prison for considering her head of an illicit association and responsible for the crime of fraud against the State. They also asked for perpetual disqualification from holding public office.

According to Luciani, 51 works that were under the care of businessman Lázaro Baez in the city of Santa Cruz, and in 23 from them he managed illegal maneuvers to increase the budget. In addition, almost half of the works were abandoned.

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