On Tuesday, that institution decided to accept two precautionary measures filed by opposition forces and to order the postponement of the elections to choose the governors of this territory and Tucuman.
In spite of strong criticism from the Government, trade unions and social organizations, the CSJ upheld the measure and it was only possible to vote the day before in San Juan for lawmakers, mayors and council people.
I congratulate Governor Sergio Uñac for the great his election in San Juan, where he won 75 percent of votes for provincial and departmental legislators in dispute.
It is a response to judicial outrage, Fernandez wrote on his Twitter account.
The support he received should call for reflection to the Court that ordered the suspension of the elections on the basis of fallacious arguments.
Never again should a precautionary sentence affect the people’s will and disrespect the federalism that the national Constitution imposes, he added.