The Minister of Justice and Human Rights, Martin Soria was of the opinion this Friday that “anti-Argentine judicial corruption” had come to light “in the United States” and He compared it to the trip of the “judges and CEOs of Grupo Clarín” to Lake Escondido. and was referring to a complaint by a US Member of Parliament about the alleged payment of bribes to a member of that country’s Supreme Court on behalf of the head of the NML Vulture Fund, Paul Singer.
“The journey of the judges and CEOs from Clarín to Lago Escondido is this Creole version of anti-Argentine judicial corruption “This is coming to light today in the US,” Soria said today from Red X (exTwitter).
He was referring to the statements made by the American representative Alexandria Ocasio Cortez at a hearing of the U.S. House of Representatives Oversight Committee, where denounced businessman Paul Singer’s alleged bribery of a member of the United States Supreme Court, Samuel Alito, in his contribution to the Argentine case.
The Journey to Stay by Joe Lewis Hidden lake The testimony of federal judges, Buenos Aires officials, former secret service agents and Grupo Clarín directors last October was denounced in court, but Soria persisted So far, Comodoro Py’s courts have only guaranteed “silence and impunity.”
“Since we reported it, Comodoro Pro only guaranteed silence and impunity. We need justice in the service of the homeland,” said the minister, who accompanied the post with an image of a journalistic article in which Singer and Alito can be seen on a fishing trip.
Likewise the president Alberto Fernandez and the vice president Cristina Fernández de Kirchner they agreed to point it out “the severity” of the events reported by Ocasio-Cortez.
“Ocasio-Cortez’s complaint is very serious and scandalous. This is how the Vulture Funds obtained judgments against Argentina, as @CFKAArgentina points out. Nothing completely different than what happened in Lago Escondido and what the justice system has not yet investigated,” the president published on his social network account X.
The president shared on his account the tweet published a few minutes earlier by Vice President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, in which she also targeted the US judiciary for favoring “vulture funds” in relation to Argentina, citing the complaint of the American lawmakers repeated.
At the beginning of her publication, the Vice President noted: “There is an old aphorism that says… there are three things that cannot remain hidden for long: the sun, the moon and the truth.”
And he added: “And if you don’t believe me, watch and listen to US Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez denounce bribes from Paul Singer to a member of the House of Representatives at a hearing of the US House of Representatives Oversight Committee.” The Supreme Court of the United States has ruled in favor of the vulture funds and against our country for the impressive sum of $2.4 billion.”