The Argentine justice dismissed the Vice President Argentina, Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, in a cause of international repercussion, which examined the agreement that as President signed with Iran to investigate the attack on a Jewish entity in 1994.
The judges determined that there was no concealment of the authors of the attack or "betrayal to the homeland" by Fernández de Kirchner when, in 2013, he signed a pact with Tehran's theory regime in order to question the Iranians suspected of having Organized the attack on the Amia, which left 85 dead.
"The memorandum, beyond that it is considered a success or political delacer, did not constit up a crime," held the resolution.
The investigation of the Agreement with Iran was in the hands of the Federal Attorney Alberto Nisman until in January 2015 it appeared dead in circumstances never clarified, but that were considered by Argentine justice a murder. Nisman denounced the then president as "cover up" of the authors of the attack. She died a day before she showed up before Parliament to explain the evidence that she had.
Together with Fernández de Kirchner, Carlos Zannini, Treasury Procurator (the Head of State Law) and Juan Martín Mena, Vice Minister of Justice, among others, were exonerated.
The Vice President had qualified the cause of "institutional, judicial and political" nonsense ". Despite the good news that she arrived at Thursday night in Buenos Aires, the former president has reasons to be worried, as the causes are advancing against it by illicit association and defraying to the State.Updated Date: 08 October 2021, 16:02