Militants and protesters identified with Together for Change They participated this Wednesday in a march in the capital of Jujeña in repudiation of the project of the National Senator Guillermo Snopek to intervene the judiciary in that province whose final objective is the release of Milagro Sala.
The march, which began in the San Martín park and culminated in Belgrano Square, was convened by the Jujeño governor, Gerardo Morales, who delivered a fiery speech. “Jujuy does not touch. You have to defend Jujuy “He told the citizens present at the event, that they attended with flags and messages in line with the slogans that the provincial government had launched: # Jujuycontralaimpunidad and # Noalainterventionfederal.
“No one in the Argentine Republic knows what it took us to recover peace and end violence and corruption”, said the provincial president, who then asked the protesters: “Don’t let them speak badly about Jujuy. Let’s take care of Jujuy. ”
“The Judiciary seeks to intervene with many arguments, but with the sole purpose of freeing Milagro Sala and giving impunity, we do not want to return the Jujeños and that is what mobilized the people”, analyzed the provincial president in another fragment of his speech. “We have to defend autonomy, to intervene would be a hit”He remarked.
Meanwhile, in his social networks, the Governor also expressed his rejection of the intervention of Justice. “We reject the federal intervention project of Jujeña Justice; an initiative that comes from the most radicalized sectors of ultrakirchnerismo that want to free Milagro Sala, they want impunity, ”he wrote. And I add: “The Jujeños defend the peace we achieved together. We say no to federal intervention and not to the freedom of Milagro Sala. ”
Leaders of Jujeño radicalism warned that local Peronism seeks to carry out this measure to benefit the leader of the Tupac Amaru, Milagro Sala, who has been deprived of his freedom since January 2016 for various judicial reasons.
“I appeal to the senators of the Nation become aware and manage to measure the damage that is being perpetrated,” said the national deputy for Jujuy Gabriela Burgos, before the call.
“This attack by Senator Snopek against the institutionality and peace of his own people does not recognize any precedent, wants to promote the improper use of an exceptional constitutional tool, only to achieve the impunity of Milagro Sala, and the cover-up of the corruption network that he knew how to build ”, he lamented.
For Burgos, the Peronist senator “seeks to disguise with this intervention project a political coup with spurious interests that only seeks to cleanse the makers of a macabre plan and end the peace and well-being achieved in the province of Jujuy.”
Leaders of the National Board of Together for Change had expressed their intention to participate in the march, but Morales decided to “denationalize” the call.
This morning Gerardo Morales said that “there is a smear campaign mounted by radicalized sectors” against Jujeña Justice, said that President Alberto Fernández “does not endorse the intervention” of the Judiciary and said that the province is not willing to “deliver the peace”.
“There are objective facts of corruption and violence; we are not willing to deliver the peace we recover for Jujuy ”said Morales today, in dialogue with radio Miter, after it was known that the request for intervention to the Jujuian justice will begin to be dealt with in commission next week.
Yesterday it was confirmed that the Senate Constitutional Affairs Committee, chaired by María de los Angeles Sacnún (Front of All), will begin next Tuesday on project treatment that requests the intervention of the Judicial Power of Jujuy.
Morales was surprised because, “Of one hundred files that the Committee on Constitutional Affairs has, this has been placed as the second project to be treated and was already convened for treatment on Tuesday.”
In addition, the provincial president said that he talked about this issue with President Alberto Fernández and that he had said that he “Does not endorse the intervention.” “I believe the President,” he added. In return, he pointed against the government sector led by Vice President Cristina Kirchner. He said that the intervention attempt is a “smear campaign mounted by the most radicalized sectors of Kirchnerism.”
For its part, William Snopek He considered that the Governor, “has the sum of public power” in his province, and said his project “It’s not for Milagro Sala”, in reference to the accusation made by the opposing blocs that the intention is to release the arrested Jujeña social leader, convicted in different cases and with processes still open.