The “stingy grandfather” named by Cristina Kirchner spoke about the case of the dollar
June 6, 2012
The lawyer who initiated a lawsuit against the AFIP for not being able to change $ 10 to give to their grandchildren spoke after being mentioned on national TV by the president, Cristina Kirchner.
This is Julio Cesar Duran, whom the president made reference when she said “a grandfather who is a lawyer wanted to give them $ 10 to his two grandchildren, a half stingy grandfather …”. “Knowing the cloth of the lawyers, it sounded more to prepare the name then begin the trial industry,” said Cristina.
“That’s the luck I have occupationally, I’m a lawyer and I can spend what I can. But it is not nice to receive such a nickname. I did not realize that I can be a greedy person” said Duran, in response.
“I’m not spiteful and accept the terms [used by the President]“, said the lawyer.