In a press conference, the spokeswoman reminded that the process against the former head of State has not yet ended and described it as inconsistent, since there is no evidence to prove her alleged involvement in the alleged facts.
We ask for responsibility and not to invent notes that threaten democratic coexistence. We want justice and to stop the persecution against Fernandez, she affirmed.
In a televised appearance, the former president demonstrated the illicit ties between businessmen, officials, judges, prosecutors and former president Mauricio Macri; and denounced the non-existence of evidence against her, as well as the violations committed in the trial.
The day before, President Alberto Fernández stated that the process against the political leader is nonsense and assured that she did not commit any of the crimes attributed to her.
For her part, Cerruti pointed out that a media and judicial show is underway and criticized the handling of the courts by opposition sectors.
In addition, she accused Macri’s administration (2015-2019) of setting up causes and affirmed that the former head of State has several complaints and processes against him that no judge or prosecutor wants to investigate.