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Aníbal Fernández differs from Kirchnerism and says that Cristina Kirchner is not banned

2023-01-31T12:41:42.933Z


However, he clarified that they are attacking his person as a candidate and spoke of "persecution." The Minister of Security of the Nation, Aníbal Fernández, differed from the hard wing of Kirchnerism that began a campaign to question the supposed ban on Vice President Cristina Kirchner, after her conviction for corruption. The official, in dialogue with CNN radio, was asked whether the vice is currently proscribed and replied: "It seems that not." Although he clarified that "all the things tha


The Minister of Security of the Nation, Aníbal Fernández, differed from the hard wing of Kirchnerism that began a campaign to question the supposed ban on Vice President Cristina Kirchner, after her conviction for corruption.

The official, in dialogue with CNN radio, was asked whether the vice is currently proscribed and replied:

"It seems that not."

Although he clarified that "all the things that were happening conspire against his person as a candidate."

"I have not analyzed it in depth. They do not stop making some permanent gesture of persecution," he added.

Last year, Cristina Kirchner was sentenced to 6 years in prison in the Highway case, and at the beginning of the election year, Peronist leaders began an operation outcry for her candidacy, after she herself said that she would not run "for any position."

In addition, they began to agitate a campaign regarding an alleged "ban" against the vice with posters and graffiti in the streets.

A few days ago, Martín Insaurralde, Buenos Aires chief of staff, expressed that "Peronism cannot think of candidacies until they break the ban on Cristina."

Minister Fernández also maintained that there will be an inmate in the Frente de Todos.

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