Buenos Aires/ The Argentine Justice has carried out an intense police operation in the homes of the former president and current senator, Cristina Fernández of Kirchner, in order to find evidence to corroborate that she has participated in a web of corruption and bribes during the years in which she was first lady (2003-2007) and president of Argentina (2007-2015).
The breaking and entering took place on the fifth floor of the home located between the streets of Uruguay and Juncal in the Recoleta neighborhood where the followers of the senator and the multitude of media present have been able to see how the police, some of whom belong to the division of explosives, invaded the home of the former president who at that time was not in it.
According to Fernandez’s lawyer, Gregorio Dalbón, Efe has been able to explain that what is being sought is to humiliate the former president, since it was known for a month and a half that they intended to enter the apartment and, therefore, the only end of the opposition is to intimidate her with, in the words of the senator herself, “this judicial persecution.”
The judge in the case, Claudio Bonadio, also requested the search of the other two homes of the former head of state in the Patagonia towns of Ríos Gallegos, where judicial proceedings have already begun, and in El Calafate, which has a special significance for the former president for being the place of death of her husband, Néstor Kirchner, in October 2010.
Now, it remains to know the results of the interventions of the bribery investigation that was made public on August 1 and that has left so many imputed businessmen and former employees. (August 24, 2018, EFE/PracticaEspañol)
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El registro de los domicilios de Cristina Fernández.
Las actuaciones policiales en el registro de los domicilios de Cristina Fernández.
La trama de corrupción y sobornos que investiga la justicia argentina.
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