Minutes after the Supreme Court of Justice held that the candidacy of Sergio Uñac for the position of governor in the province ofSan Juan is unconstitutional and that he will not be able to be a candidate again in the elections, the former governor and also Peronist candidate José Luis Gioja agreed with the ruling.
The Constitution is to respect it. I'm not a lawyer, but I have common sense," said Gioja, who led Uñac as lieutenant governor in 2011. "Article 175 of the Constitution clearly states that the governor and vice president hold office for four years and can be re-elected up to twice. It's very clear," Gioja added.
"The Court is being fair but it is unfair. Two days before the ban, the Court suspended the election with a preventive one. What he decided today should have been decided on May 9 and not suspend the election, "said Gioja in dialogue with Radio 10.
"They had the file for a month and a half, the outrage is to suspend the election and in Tucumán the same," Gioja claimed. It was all armed, in the final stretch and thus municipalizes the election."
José Luis Gioja criticized Sergio Uñac.
And he launched a direct criticism of Sergio Uñac: "Tucumán with good judgment suspends the entire election, here to make the living or I do not know what, they suspend only that of governor and vice, when the provincial Constitution in its article 185 says that the election for governor must go jointly with the provincial deputies and that did not happen. "
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