Quiroga ratified his complaints against Baez in court
Horacio Quiroga, former president of two Lázaro Báez oil companies, today before the court confirmed his claims against the employer, then do the same before a notary public and advised by opposition lawmaker Elisa Carrio.
“My reports were directed only to Baez shareholders and indications and Baez received orders from Nestor Kirchner,” Quiroga said Thursday before the scribe Guillermo Emilio Coto in the house of congresswoman Elisa Carrio, who entered the plea before federal judges Casanello and Ercolini, investigating the entrepreneur in various cases.
In a statement, Carrio said she received Quiroga at her home “after he asked to be treated” and said that everything he said “was so serious that it should be certified by a notary and to be submitted to Justice”.
This Friday Quiroga attended courts to declare before the judge Casanello in the case Baez investigating for alleged money laundering and in which he was cited for his interview given to the magazine “Noticias”, where he said the president Néstor Kirchner gave in loan seven million dollars in cash for companies.
“I will confirm everything I said in the magazine. I will tell the truth and answer everything they ask me ” said Quiroga to go to the courts of Comodoro Py 2002 to testify.