Abal Medina’s criticism for the ruling in favour of La Rural
January 4, 2013
Following the decision of the Federal Civil and Commercial Court of suspend the Presidential Decree 2552 that allows the nationalization of the Rural Fairgrounds, the cabinet chief Juan Manuel Abal Medina criticized the measure and said that “this attitude is shown the Court is always attentive to the interests of corporations and never the people.”
Speaking to the agency Telam, Abal Medina said the judges opinion adopted by Francisco de las Carreras, Ricardo Guarinoni and Graciela Medina” confirms what we have been saying about that certain sectors of Justice to have invented a new branch of law, the precautionary justice “.
And on this, the official said: “Being a fact which meant, according to federal court, a subtraction of the heritage of the Federal Government by a move to assign a lower value, we hope that the Court take up the matter urgently.”
In turn, Abal Medina added: “There is a justice that operates at two speeds, one for the causes that protect corporations and another for laws involving supported by the people and voted by an overwhelming parliamentary majority.”