Anibal Fernandez: “no officials are involved” in the Shocklender case
September 20, 2011
Despite the rift at the court, he stated that ” the issue affects him,” because he has a “great affection” to Mothers and “won’t leave them alone.”
At the same time, he also said that “there is an issue of questioning the state subsidies, but they are not financing.
Paid when the work is certified, the money is the individual, not public funds. ”
In this way, said that in this type of direct recruitment, through NGOs such as the Mothers, “is paid when the work is certified, the national state is the part of the work is completed andthe ONGse with the money you belongs, ergo, that money is not public, the closed doors of the institution. ”
He also referred to several opposition leaders who took advantage of the situation: “As the polls are not given by any chance, are trying to get a little bit of juice from it” and said there is a kind of “verbal or journalistic clientelism” to try to engage the government in the case.