The head of the Anti-Corruption Office, Félix Crous, announced that just as they did in the trial for the Hotesur and Los Sauces cases against Cristina Kirchner and her children, they will also renounce other complaints in lawsuits for acts of corruption.
In addition, he assured that the complaints that will begin will be in those cases in which “there is a superlative interest in controlling the performance of judges and prosecutors.”
“Surely we are going to desist in other trials and we are going to start some complaints, few. We have 30 complaints, many of them abandoned, and it is a number that cannot be followed by the Office because it has no capacity and many of those trials do not have significance. This will happen, we are going to see in which, when. We are going to substantially reduce that number of complaints, “Crous said in dialogue with the program. Code F, by Radio Rivadavia.
Crous came out to justify the fact that the Anti-Corruption Office has dropped as a plaintiff of the still-undated trial against Cristina Kirchner and her children for the money laundering cases known as Hotesur and Los Sauces.
“There is another specific representation that is from the Financial Information Unit. The rule cannot be that the office is the fifth wheel of the car, the State does not have to file a complaint for that the prosecutors are there, we have an administrative aspect and investigation of complaints if we are required, we don’t have to be a prosecution, “he said.
On the other hand, he assured that withdrawing a complaint is “something routine” and recalled that the previous administration “had 45 withdrawals of all sizes.”
“We intend to have restrictive intervention and be sober or not very proactive in the exercise of the complaint,” he said.