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The Argentine ruling party is continuing its judicial reform plan despite complaints from the opposition

August 19, 2020

The ruling party continued the debates proposed by the government on judicial reform in the Argentine Senate this Tuesday, with the intention that, despite the doubts expressed by the opposition and the opposition, the initiative could be officially presented next week, on Monday in protest on the Streets of several cities in the country went.

The Frente de Todos, a coalition that includes President Alberto Fernández and his “number two,” Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, shows no evidence that they have thrown in the towel, despite being practically alone in their reform, the newspaper ‘La Nación’ reports that it would make it more difficult to obtain approval in the Chamber of Deputies.

In the absence of knowledge of the fine print, the proposal on the table will increase the number of federal judges in the Argentine provinces and limit the powers of one of the country’s main courts, popularly known as the federal capital of Argentina, Comodoro Py and the scene of several legal disputes against the Comodoro Py Vice President.

The Argentine ruling party is continuing its judicial reform plan despite complaints from the oppositionThe Argentine ruling party is continuing its judicial reform plan despite complaints from the opposition

The opposition coalition Together for Change has written to the government to withdraw the project, claiming it “does not have the support of the majority of the population” and is contributing to the division amid a health emergency, according to Télam News Agency. Argentina exceeded 300,000 COVID-19 cases on Tuesday.

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