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Due to lack of personnel, the Anti-Corruption Office will cease to be a plaintiff in all cases against former officials

2020-10-20T13:49:19.224Z

It was solved by the head of the organization, Felix Crous. It will only continue to act on the files that are already on trial.



10/20/2020 10:40 AM

  • Clarín.com

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Updated 10/20/2020 10:45 AM

The head of the Anti-Corruption Office, Félix Crous, announced that he will cease to be a plaintiff in all criminal cases, many of which involve former Kirchner officials, for a simple reason: lack of personnel.

In any case, the agency will maintain its action in those files that are already in the process of the trial hearings, such as the case of "the route of money K", in which the allegations of the complaints have already been specified.

“There will be a provision for the withdrawal of the plaintiff's role in criminal proceedings in which it is intervened in this capacity.

To contribute to the order of the litigation, in those who go through the stage of oral hearing of trial, the provisions herein will be complied with when the receipt of the evidence proposed by the representation of this Office is completed.

In those in which, after the oral hearing, the punitive claim has been specified, when the Court of trial issues a sentence, "says the resolution to which

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