With Alejandro Gullé at the head, the country’s prosecutors supported the magistrate investigating the power of Entre Ríos

Also because some time ago he had investigated and accused the former Peronist governor and ambassador to Israel Sergio Urribarriwho was sentenced to 8 years in prison for corruption offenses.

Goyeneche was on the verge of dismissal because during the investigation into the use of the Legislature’s money it emerged that one of those involved is a partner of her husband in a trust, for which the woman withdrew from the case arguing “moral violence”.

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Alejandro Gullé and the pronouncement of the Council

what a goyeneche be judged fairly and respecting due process of lawAccording to the constitutional precepts, Gullé and the other members of the Council requested.

They thus came to the crossroads of a political decision that they consider illegal: that the Public Ministry has been removed from impeachment -role conferred by current laws- and that this function is performed by a lawyer from the license plate.

“The Jury that they have done to Dr. Goyeneche does not respect the legal processes because they have invented an accusatory body, different from the one that the laws confer to the Public Ministry” “The Jury that they have done to Dr. Goyeneche does not respect the legal processes because they have invented an accusatory body, different from the one that the laws confer to the Public Ministry”

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The Council decided to follow carefully and carefully the next steps of the Superior Court of Entre Ríos in this regard, which could repair the irregularity of the procedure.

Even more so after the Court of the Nation concluded -after a statement by Goyeneche- that in the justice of the Mesopotamian province the conditions provided by law must be met to continue with the prosecution process.

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