Through a decree published in the Official Journal, Argentine President Alberto Fernández (Alberto Fernández) filed a complaint, and the case is being processed by the Criminal and Federal Correctional Court of the Fifth State in the Federal Capital.
Madrid (EUROPA PRESS)-The Argentine government commissioned the national financial prosecutor Carlos Zannini to represent the country as the plaintiff, accusing former President Mauricio Macri (2015-2019) of fraud Administration and fraud against public administration International Monetary Fund (IMF) debt.
Telam News Agency reported that the Argentine President Alberto Fernández publicized the case through a decree issued in the Official Gazette. The case is being processed in the Federal Capital No. 5 National Criminal and Federal Correctional Court.
The government ordered Zannini to “assistance in facilitating criminal prosecution to identify alleged perpetrators of public litigation crimes that are under investigation in the process that may harm the country.”
Therefore, Fernández filed the complaint he had announced at the opening of the political course in March, and pointed out that the former chief executive had “obtained the largest loan in the history of the International Monetary Fund (IMF)”.
The decree signed by the President, Chief Cabinet Santiago Cafiero, Minister of Justice Martin Soria, and Minister of Economy Martin Guzman also stipulates that lawyers shall initiate “actions to eventually recover the damages that appear” from the condemned Freed from the incident and authorized it to promote the respective civil litigation in criminal litigation under appropriate circumstances for this purpose. “
Similarly, it indicates that the country’s general trustee must analyze the “existence and amount of economic losses that may be caused by the use of the funds obtained and the deadline set for the repayment of the assistance provided”. “Cooperation” of the Central Bank of the Argentine Republic.
The current government is negotiating with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to re-enact the plan because the country is unable to repay the payment starting next year after renegotiating the payment of private debt.