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Horacio Rodríguez Larreta defended Marcelo D'Alessandro after his resignation: "He will be part of the next government team"

2023-03-23T13:05:08.745Z


The Buenos Aires head of government and presidential candidate affirmed that the former City official "is working on the development of the national security plan."


After the resignation of Marcelo D'Alessandro as head of the Ministry of Justice and Security of the City, in which he had had a license since last January, the head of the Buenos Aires Government, Horacio Rodríguez Larreta, affirmed this Thursday that he trusts "

fully

in him" and will be "part of the next government team".

"

I have total confidence in him

. Marcelo [D'Alessandro] will be part of the next government team," Rodríguez Larreta emphasized in a dialogue with

La Red

radio .

In this context, the PRO presidential candidate argued: "He is working on the development of the national security plan, for the next government. He has always done very well, last year he had the lowest crime rate in the City. We are the safest city in Latin America." 

"Yesterday I spoke with D'Alessandro.

He made the decision to resign

. They spied on him and now they use that spying as an argument for impeachment against the Supreme Court of Justice. It is very serious and he has to defend himself, because he has been a 

victim of espionage.

It's like tomorrow they enter your chat and they look at the messages that are private, intimate messages, from relatives, "he stressed.

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Espionage: a prosecutor asks to identify the user of the Casa Rosada who checked Marcelo D'Alessandro's data

Marcelo D'Alessandro presented the resignation to Horacio Rodríguez Larreta as Buenos Aires Minister of Security

Source: clarin

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