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Wednesday, September 28, 2022

Senate: Kirchnerism to meet today to approve expansion of Supreme Court

The ruling party called a session in the Senate this Thursday, aimed at approving Court Extensiona measure that is governed by Christina Kirchner in its framework conflict with justice, which was worsened by the controversy over the constitution of the Council of the Judiciary and the charge of the prosecutor Diego Luciani Against the Vice President in the Vialidad case.

After several days of internal lobbying, Kirchnerism eventually decided to modify the original project, which increased the number of Supreme Court justices to 25, and would agree to reduce it to 15., With this change, among others, when it will be discussed, it will be able to reach the votes it will need to be able to send it to the Chamber of Deputies for review, where the project is uncertain. Destiny observed the unstable relationship of the forces present in that body.

The desire of the ruling party to take the issue to the limit This was advanced yesterday morning by the head of the Fronte de Todos block, José Maianso. (Formosa), the parliamentary leaders of Together for Change, according to official spokespersons.

“We’re not going to give a quorum,” guessed his disapproval of Luis Nedenoff (Formosa), president of the Radical Caucus. It was the first case of cataract of rejection from the main opposition coalition.

The call was confirmed a few hours later, with a decree that calls for a session this Thursday at 2:30 p.m. and also includes the specification of three judges named for the controversial Federal Chamber of Commerce Commander Luis Piedrabuena (Santa Cruz). And in which the opposition disapproves. One of them is Marcelo Bersanelli, who served as Christina Kirchner’s lawyer in the proceedings ordered by the late Judge Claudio Bonadio.

The project to be presented for discussion is a project promoted by the Peronist governors, which increases the composition of the court to 25 members. However, according to legislative sources from the Front of All, the opinion, signed on June 29, about three months ago, will undergo amendments to the enclosure and approve one with a composition of 15 members.

With this concession, Kirchnerism would reach a majority to approve the Court’s expansion, as it would add support. Adolfo Rodriguez Sao (San Luis), which declined to vote on the project, agreed by Peronist leaders with Christina Kirchner, considering the number of magistrates proposed to be excessive and not establishing at any time that it exceeds one judge for each. The province would have been created, as its mastermind maintained when he presented it to the upper house in mid-June.

The Ambassador of the United States, Mark Stanley, accompanied Senator Rodriguez Saa, an important link for Kirchnerism to move forward in his plan to reform the Court.Senate Press

In addition, with the change in integration, Kirchnerism would also be able to combine votes. Alberto Veritilleneck (Together We Are Rio Negro), author of a project that increased the number of members of the Court to 16, and of the Speaker Clara Vega (La Rioja) who, like Rodriguez Sa, questioned the number of magistrates proposed by the governors.

as anticipated CountryDays after a failed assassination attempt against Christina Kirchner, the ultra sector of the ruling party that answers to the vice president vowed to move forward with a legislative agenda of its own.

Since the governors’ decision on the project was signed at the end of June, Kirchnerism has seen many of its efforts to approve the project frustrate. The refusal of Rodriguez Sa, Verteilneck and Vega had become an insurmountable obstacle to the plans for hard-line Kirchnerism.

For this reason, and after several weeks of negotiations, The Vice President gave him the green light to modify the project with the aim of gathering the number of votes that he would have to approve the extension of the Court.,

Discussion on the changes began on Tuesday night at the Frente de Todos Interbloc meeting in which Rodriguez Sa once again refused to accept a 25-judge court, but in which he showed his willingness to change his position. To promote integration with lesser magistrates was accepted.

The governors burst out with their proposal, designed to put pressure on the Supreme Court, which should rule over the claim of the city of Buenos Aires that the ruling party had taken to finance the government of Axel Kisilof, the ruling party. The team discussed three extension proposals. One by Rodriguez Sa, who returned to the nine members of the ’90s; one of the Kirchnerist Sylvia Sapg, with 15 judges; and Veritilleneck, 16.

After a few setbacks, Kirchnerism managed to sign Opinion in the constitutional affairs committee a The package of initiatives that seek to modify, to facilitate its use, popular consultations and laws regulating the initiative.

These are the two mechanisms of direct democracy that the most radical sector of the ruling party intends to use as The way to avoid the trouble of securing a parliamentary majority, which is elusive, is for Kirchnerism, especially after last year’s electoral defeat.

Projects with an opinion were submitted by Ultra-Kirchnerist Oscar Parilli (Newquan) and Juliana Di Tulio (Buenos Aires) and by Peronist Guillermo Snopek (Jujuy), Chairman of the Constitutional Affairs Committee.

Now, the initiative was in a position to be discussed by the Upper House starting next week, once the seven days established by the Regulations should arbitrate between the signing of the opinion and its debate in the annexure.

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