Political Justice in Argentina: Kirchner Denies Charges, Claims Persecution

According to the prosecution, she was the leader of an illegal association. The newly-elected vice-president claims the lawsuit was fabricated and politically motivated.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In Argentina, ex-president and newly elected vice-president Cristina Kirchner has appeared before the court, on Monday, December 2nd, to testify in the trial for alleged corruption in public procurement contracts in the province of Santa Cruz.

According to the prosecution, she was the leader of an illegal association. Her late husband, President Nestor Kirchner, is alleged to have placed accomplices in state structures that ensured that funds were made available . . .

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