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Various social, union and political organizations demonstrated this Thursday in front of the Palace of Justice, in Buenos Aires (capital), to demand reforms in the judicial system that include the resignation of the magistrates of the Supreme Court of Justice.

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They organize a march for the democratization of Argentine justice

During the day, the reading of the document “For a democratic and independent justice, political trial and removal of the Supreme Court” took place in a crowd concentrated in Plaza Lavalle.

In this sense, the report states that “those of us who mobilized this May 5, consider all these events to be of enormous institutional gravity, which endanger the Republic and that is why we demand the immediate removal of Horacio Rosatti, Carlos Rosenkrantz, Juan Carlos Maqueda and Ricardo Lorenzetti.

The demonstration with the motto “For the democratization of the Judiciary” takes place in the framework of the discussion by the Senate of a project that seeks to expand the court of the Supreme Court of Justice.

Likewise, the protesters affirm: “This Court reproduces the founding logic of the system. It is class-oriented, patriarchal, misogynistic and elitist. We demand a Supreme Court that promotes the transformation of the Judicial Power and its habitual practices, which today translate into sentences contrary to non-discrimination, equality and full respect for human dignity”.



The concentration was nuanced by the diversity of organizations among which the Mothers of Plaza de Mayo Founding Line, the Central de Trabajadores de Argentina, the political group La Cámpora and the coalition El Frente de Todos stand out.

At the same time, Judge Juan Ramos Padilla called another demonstration for May 24. In accordance with this, he published that: “Today in the Pampas, with the claim to get rid of the supreme robbed criminals. We did it with 48 cities on 1F, now it will be on 24May, very Federal and with a Gender perspective. In Plaza Lavalle and all the Plazas of the Country. United and without Crack. Defending the rule of law”.

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