The priest K Francisco "Paco" Olveira, who is celebrating the
fifth day of his hunger strike
this Wednesday in front of the Palace of Courts in support of Cristina Kirchner, will be received by the deputies of the Frente de Todos (FdT) that make up the Trial Commission Politician who carries out this process against the members of the Supreme Court of Justice.
The priest's protest measure is
in rejection of the supposed "proscription" of the vice president
and to denounce that "democracy is totally conditioned" by the Judiciary.
Around 5:00 p.m., the legislators of the FdT block "will share the fast under the slogans 'enough with the judicial mafia' and 'let's break the ban on Cristina'".
Francisco "Paco" Olivera, priest K who supports Cristina Kirchner.
The hunger strike began on Friday the 24th, at night, after the march carried out within the framework of the National Day of Remembrance, for Truth and Justice, and is accompanied by a delegation made up of members of Priests in the Option for the poor.
Spokesmen close to Olveira confirmed to Télam that "work is underway to hold a great act" next Friday in Plaza Lavalle, when Olveira will end his protest.
"We are doing this
hunger strike or fasting due to the ban on Cristina
. Our democracy is totally conditioned by this Judiciary which, as the Vice President says, is a mafia and not something fair," Olveira explained in statements made to the press from the Palace of Courts, where a small camp was set up.
The priest Olivera together with Luis D'Elía in the protest in front of the Courts.
In the afternoon, there will be a musical show in Plaza Lavalle, a mass will be celebrated, and a "tour around the Supreme Court building" will take place.
In addition, this Friday they promise a "multitudinous and plural mass" to demand the resignation of all the members of the Supreme Court of Justice.
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