Lorenzetti: “I didn’t speak with the President about the media law”
The Supreme Court President Ricardo Lorenzetti said he did not talk to Cristina Kirchner on Audiovisual Communication law, although with other government officials.
“I didn’t speak with the President about the law,” Lorenzetti said in an interview with the newspaper Perfil.
He added: “Besides, if I talk and fix something, because this is what they’re saying , if I were to agree with the President on how to make the law, what about the others? We are seven.”
The judge added, “The great warranty in a collegiate court is that we are several. There is no one who can master.”
The Court president did acknowledge that he spoke to the Legal and Technical Secretary Carlos Zannini.
“I do not remember the last time, but of course we talked about it,” Lorenzetti said. He added, “This issue [the Media Law] was the last serious issue and we really talk a lot. But we’ve talked also on the subject of drugs, which is one of the most serious things we have.”