Boudou denied Graciela Ciccone’s writing on the purchase of the company
In an interview with Victor Hugo Morales in Continental Radio, Vice President Amado Boudou questioned the record presented yesterday to Justice by the Ciccone family, which allegedly reveals meetings of the then Minister of Economy with the late Hector Ciccone to negotiate the purchase of the company that was in bankruptcy.
“There is no proof of what they say” said the official, adding “the evidence that was presented yesterday is false.” Moreover, he insisted that the meetings did not exist.
“They’re messing with a dead. The Ciccone have no limits. The family is able to false something from a person who died. The writing is terrible and it’s an example from the point of view of what people can do for money. For silver and power” Boudou said.
On the other hand, he emphasized that if he is called to give statement, he will be “from the zero point.” Note that the Vice President was already submitted earlier this month in the courts of Comodoro Py after the prosecutor Jorge Di Lello has required his testimony.
Graciela Ciccone presented to the Justice a text with details of an alleged meeting between her father and Boudou, where they would have negotiated the purchase of the print.
The writing has just seven paragraphs. According to it, Hector Ciccone met with Boudou and his partner José María Núñez Carmona at 9 am on September 1, 2010 at Fresh Market coffee of Puerto Madero to address “issues related to the future of the negotiation” of the print.