Patricia Bullrich joins the national flag from Córdoba – Timeshare

The former Minister of Security arrived this Saturday night in Córdoba, from where she will participate in the march against the policies of the national government and the ruling issued by the Court on the transfers of Pablo Bertuzzi, Leopoldo Bruglia Y Germán Castelli.

“This time we will place special emphasis on Justice. It is important that Argentina move forward and there is no impunity, and that judges are not removed from their positions just because they are investigating power,” he said in dialogue with Chain 3.

It seeks to defend values, the Republic and freedom

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“Hello Córdoba. For a long time I wanted to be with the people of Cordoba, so tomorrow I will accompany them in the streets # 8N”, he greeted in his account Twitter.

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“On # 8N, let’s march to ask judges Bruglia, Bertuzzi and Castelli not to renounce their causes. Beyond the ruling, the judges remain in their positions until the next contest, which may take years. We do not resign ourselves!”, had announced in another tweet.

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For his part, the provincial legislator of the Córdoba UCR Dante Rossi criticized the former Minister of Security for the management of former President Mauricio Macri, arguing that he has an “absolutely undemocratic attitude and that it undermines the independence of the Judiciary.”

“When the Court accepted the per saltum for the cases of judges Bruglia, Bertuzzi and Castelli, for Bullrich there was justice, and now that they did not like the ruling, they ordered a march. It is an absolutely undemocratic attitude that threatens the independence of the Judiciary ”, Rossi reproached in journalistic statements.

In this sense, the provincial parliamentarian urged “to end the crack generated by the Government and some fanatics of Cambiemos, who do not contribute anything to the end of the crisis.”

He added that those sectors to which he alludes “have fun with irreducible positions, harming the vast majority of Argentines who want to live in peace.”

Report of Guillermo Panero.

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