Horacio Rodríguez Larreta and María Eugenia Vidal, against the march to the Court: “Don’t mess with the institutions anymore”
In the midst of the mobilization against the Supreme Court promoted by Kirchnerism and human rights organizations, the main referents of the opposition spoke out against the event. “It is a fact of enormous institutional gravity”, said the head of the Buenos Aires Government, Horacio Rodriguez Larreta. the deputy Maria Eugenia Vidal, meanwhile, released: “Don’t fuck around with the institutions anymore.”
“The division of powers is one of the basic principles of the republican system and, therefore, there is no republic without independent Justice. We all have the responsibility and the obligation to take care of it and respect it, ”Rodríguez Larreta began, from his Twitter account.
In this way, the Buenos Aires president joined the statements that date from a few minutes ago by the former governor of Buenos Aires, who pointed harshly against the sectors of the ruling party that promoted today’s march against the Supreme Court.
“Don’t fuck around with the institutions”, wrote Vidal, on social networks, and accompanied his message with the illustration of a National Constitution. “Article 1.- The Argentine Nation adopts for its government the federal republican representative form, as established by this Constitution”, continuous.
Rodríguez Larreta, meanwhile, targeted the administration of Alberto Fernandez:The government’s systematic attack on judges who do not act in their interests must end. In no way can we normalize the squeezes and escraches or the promotion of projects that seek to undermine the independence of the Judiciary.”
“The call for a march against the Supreme Court is an act of enormous institutional gravity that I absolutely repudiate”, expressed the head of the Buenos Aires Government, and underlined: “I hope that the national government corrects the course, guarantee the division of powers and follow the paths established by the Constitution”.
Under the slogan “Enough of injustice and lawfare”, the march, promoted by Judge Juan María Ramos Padilla, piquetero leader Luis D’Elía and trade unionist Pablo Moyano, began after 6 p.m. with great support from the hardest core of Kirchnerism.