The Argentina-Iran agreement will be discussed on Wednesday in the Senate
February 7, 2013
To treat the memorandum of understanding between the two countries it was called to chancellor Héctor Timerman, the presidents of the AMIA, Guillermo Borger, and DAIA, Julio Schlosser, as well as relatives of 1994 attack victims.
The memorandum of understanding between Argentina and Iran over the case of the AMIA bombing will begin to be addressed on Wednesday by a Senate committee plenary, where it is expected the attendance of Foreign Minister Hector Timerman.
Commissions of Foreign Affairs, Justice and Constitutional Affairs of the Senate will meet at 11:00 to begin analyzing the agreement between Argentina and Iran, sent to Congress last Thursday by President Cristina Kirchner.
The bloc’s president, Miguel Angel Pichetto, told Noticias Argentinas that Timerman convene that meeting, the presidents of the AMIA, Guillermo Borger, and CS, Julio Schlosser, as well as relatives of the victims of the attack on the mutual Jewish.
President Cristina Kirchner on Friday formalized through a decree convening a special session in Congress to discuss the memorandum of understanding between Argentina and Iran over the case of the AMIA bombing.
The measure, which had been announced by the head of state in her speech broadcast on national TV, was promulgated by Decree 174/2013, published this morning in the Official Gazette.