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Lorenzetti also questioned K’s plan to change court sentences: “This seriously affects the separation of powers.”



Judge of the Supreme Court of the Nation Ricardo Lorenzetti He assured thatThe independence of judges is a state policy. The desire to eliminate the judicial system or change sentences with the help of the law seriously affects the separation of powers".

"No one should worry, because someone says that we will have to reconsider what the judges said. Christina is currently sitting on the bench, because the judge accuses her of having sent draft budget bills, which, before being approved by Congress, were made public. It was written by a judge named Ercolini. At some point, surely someone will have to check these things."added Fernandez.

Also a former judge of the Court Eugenio Zaffaroni said "make overview"About the reasons for those arrested for corruption, including former officials of the Kirchner Government, whom he considered"political prisoners".

These statements by candidate Kirchner were rejected by various political leaders of the government and the opposition, and this week two members of the Supreme Court also criticized.

In turn, in dialogue with Infobae, Lorenzetti said that "The independence of judges is a state policy of the Supreme Court and the entire judiciary. The desire to eliminate the judicial system or change the sentences with the help of the law seriously affects the separation of powers. The court has clearly shown in the last ten years that this is unacceptable".

"This is a principle that we will always consistently defend in the interests of citizens who demand independent justice. We held this position in the face of tremendous pressure on judges. We defend the independence of judges and will continue to do so, because it is an essential condition for a healthy democracy and a serious republic."concluded Lorenzetti.

yesterday, Rozatti asked politicians to respect “judicial decisions, but not share them,” and warned that the judiciary “owes its existence and reality” to the National Constitution, therefore “it does not depend on will or on short-term opinions”“The legislator creates laws, the executive power regulates them, and the judge applies them, but all powers have their limits in the national constitution,” said the magistrate, speaking before XXV Scientific Conference Argentine Magistracy held at the Kirchner Cultural Center (CCK).

Rosenkrantz expressed yesterday in the same sense, considering the opening session as “unconstitutional, anti-republican and extremely unreasonable” expressions about the possible dissolution of the Court. He referred to the intellectual Mempo Giardinelli, who proposed a "new constitution" whose “central point is the liquidation of the judiciary, so that the place of justice would be in its place”.


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