The AMIA and DAIA reject the Argentine government’s decision and issued a statement Iran (Video)
January 29, 2013
The AMIA and DAIA rejected today the Argentine government’s decision to ‘sign a deal with Iran’ to advance the trial for the bombing of Jewish center in Buenos Aires in 1994, and warned that the creation of a special commission ‘is not covered by Argentine law’.
“The formation of a truth commission is not covered by Argentine law governing criminal procedure, implying a decline of our sovereignty and an acknowledgment that the conclusions reached at the inquest, and that gave rise to the warrants from Interpol are not the truth,” said the entities through a joint statement released by the Jewish Agency for News (AJN) and in a press conference.
Jewish organizations have called “to notice the task of our prosecutors and the feedback of the Secretariat and the General Assembly of Interpol which gave effect to the warrants and the red circle.”
The statement stressed, “At that time, the legal affairs committee of Interpol, to the outstanding work of Argentine prosecutors who presented at that time, ruled that the evidence was sufficient and suitable to require catch”.