Reposo: “If we don’t allow prosecutors to work, we would be fooling everyone”
Argentina, April 11, 2012
Daniel Reposo is the man chosen by the national government to replace the recently resigned Esteban Righi as General Attorney of the Nation. However, he began to arouse suspicion because of his past in the Anses with the now vice president Amado Boudou, principal accused for the case of the former company Ciccone.
Facing criticism, Reposo gave statements to Radio America to refute his critics. In this way, he said “I am a friend of all members of the presidencial Cabinet and I treat them the same way that I treat Boudou.”
He added that “I am a man of the President.” Moreover, about his past with Boudou in the Anses he said “it was Claudio Moroni, a man known by Alberto Fernandez, who took me to the agency and was later ratified under Boudou’s management by the merits done.”
“Above all are the spiritual values, and I also you have children,” he said.
And remarked: “If we do not allow prosecutors to act and work independently, one would be fooling himself and the public.”