Binner: “We go to a unicato and the consequences can be very bad”
March 2, 2013
The leader of the Progressive Broad Front Hermes Binner warned of the policy pursued by the national government against the judiciary and said that “we go to a unicato [Name which designates the system based on political influence based on sinecures, perks and punishments that from the bodies of constitutional power, is meant to collect in the institutional figure of the president the undisputed quality of leader] where the consequences can be very bad.”
“Today it is said that there are 40 percent of judges responding to the presidential line and this is not normal,” Binner said on the radio.
He added that projects to democratize justice are actually projects to control the judiciary. “No doubt, is what they are doing,” he said.
“Here, (in Rosario) the President expressed when she was for the Bicentennial of the flag, she said we go for everything.”
“The president seeks a policy that all and everything responds to one command and that is the negation of the Republic as the republic is based in the independence of the three branches,” Binner said.
“This is something that we must recovered because Argentina has a long tradition of democracy and we have to respect the values of federalism,” he added.