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Cecilio Andrade
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« Reply #50 on: January 13, 2017, 11:22:28 AM »

Se que no es lo mismo, pero quisiera compartir este evento.


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"Ve a decirles a los espartanos,
extranjero que pasas por aqui,
que, obedientes a sus leyes,
aqui yacemos."

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« Reply #51 on: February 09, 2017, 10:19:59 AM »

Report from Argentine investigative body reveals extent of Kirchner family corruption

6 Feb 2017 | Argentina | Politics — A report released by la Unidad de Investigación Financiera (UIF) brought to light new details regarding the Los Sauces SA lawsuit—one of several high-profile cases involving former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner and her children, Florencia and Máximo. Los Sauces SA, a real estate company in which Cristina, Máximo, and Florencia managed stakes of 45, 32.5 and 22.5 percent respectively, has been under investigation since spring 2016, when accusations of money laundering, bribery and fraud (including attempts at sabotaging the incoming Macri regime) rocked the K administration. In a summary of the report N° 0100/2016, El Clarín pointed to findings of US$3.17 million in unjustifiable transfers, nearly US$250,000 in undocumented withdrawals, and cash deposits also lacking substantive records. Between 2009 and 2015, both the company and associated bank account “Sucesión Néstor Kirchner” were recipients of US$1.59 million in checks from Lázaro Báez and Cristóbal López— two Kirchnerista businessmen previously implicated in the 2014 Hotesur scandal. During the same period, Florencia Kirchner was maintaining Banco Galicia accounts totaling over US$5million, while her brother as administrator authorized US$650,000 in transfers from the Sucesión account between 2014 and 2015 alone. According to El País, those implicated are set to give statements in court beginning 20 February 2017. It will be the first time that Fernandez’s children appear before a judge for testimony.

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