Six crimes were charged against him, including photographing, searching social media, following up on, infiltrating marches and testifying. According to the judge, these actions have nothing to do with the president’s safety, but are “illegal intelligence” missions.
Madrid (European News Agency).-The former President of Argentina Mauricio Macri (2015-1999) defended his innocence in a Thursday letter to the Ministry of Justice concerning the ARA San Juan Espionage of relatives of submarine crew members, in which he was involved. He appealed against the ban on him leaving the country.
Macri was “convinced” of his “absolute innocence” in his defense documents submitted to Federal Judge Dolores Martín Bava. This was his first correspondence to the court in charge. , As the Télam news agency said. It was learned.
The former president, who is currently abroad, added: “The decision to ban me from leaving the country was an orphan for all reasons related to my personal and circumstances, which prompted him to postpone the hearing.” Appeared-he was scheduled for October Return on the 19th.
In this regard, Macri insisted that the ban “lack of various foundations, so it eliminates and violates court defense, due process, minimal state intervention, free movement and transit, the principle of innocence, the principle of proportionality and guarantees”. And rationality.”
The court sought to determine whether the government attempted to control the family of the victim through the Federal Intelligence Agency (FISA) between December 2017 and December 2018.
Macri was accused of six crimes, including infiltrating protests, taking photographs, searching on social media and following up. According to the judge, these acts have nothing to do with the president’s safety, but are “illegal intelligence” tasks. They tried to control the protest by influencing public opinion and complying with the family members of the crew from the’ARA San Juan’.
Last communication with ‘ARA San Juan’ occurred on Wednesday, November 15, 2017. It was sailing to Mar del Plata, St. George’s Bay. There were 44 passengers onboard. After trying to sail on the sea, the ship reported that the crew would be left in a storm. The submarine was finally discovered one year later on November 11.