Jurists and politicians discuss a constitutional reform
April 25, 2012
Lawyers, constitutional scholars and leaders of the Kirchnerism discussed today about the possibility of reforming the Constitution in law school. They all agreed not to amend Article that does not allow indefinite re-election.
As of 18 pm today, the minister of the Supreme Court, Eugenio Zaffaroni, the constitutional lawyer Eduardo Barcesat, a member of Open Letter Ricardo Forster, the head of Miles, Luis D’Elia, and the leader of the Frente Grande, Eduardo Sigal, will speak publicly about the possibility of amending the Constitution.
One of the controversial, feared by the opposition, which raises the possibility of being re-elected indefinitely as President of the Nation. However, the panelists ruled separately that is to include an item covered by that legislation.
“Nobody wants to discuss this issue and are also Republican Cristina convictions in this regard, so the discussion of the election should not be out to stop us thinking about the architecture of a new country,” said D’Elia.
“From what we were disasters and temporal Once we come to reflect that the liberal state imposed on us by the Washington Consensus was in crisis, so we begin to wonder if it is possible to think of Argentina and the consolidation of the national model , the popular and democratic Constitution,” he added.