Official sources said that President Alberto Fernandez will appoint National Representative Martin Surya as Minister of Justice to replace Marcela Losardo.
Syria is the leader of the traditional Peronism of Rho Negro, a province in which he was twice the mayor of the city of General Roca, and the last time he deepened his complaints against the work of the various regions of the judiciary.
Reaching the Ministry of Justice after President Alberto Fernandez revealed, last week, that Losardo asked him to leave his post, at a time when he considers that the next stage will be a stage for that portfolio that requires a new “position”.
Syria, a 45-year-old and a member of the traditional Rio Negro Peroni family, joined the House of Representatives in December 2019, after being elected by the Rho Negro County by the Todos Front, and after being mayor of General Roca between 2011 and 2019.
In 2015, after two terms as mayor of General Roca, Syria ran for governor of Rho Negro and lost the election to Arabella Carreras.
Under the leadership of PJ de Ro Negro, in 2020, his character emerged in the National Congress of Peronism by requesting the expulsion of Miguel Picito’s party to incorporate formula with Macri in the previous year’s presidential elections.
Syria was also the lawmaker who last month denounced the head of the Federal Criminal Cassation Chamber, Gustavo Hornos, for having held six private meetings with former president Mauricio Macri between 2015 and 2018..
The complaint was filed with the Judicial Council for “poor performance, gross negligence, and apparent arbitrary acts in the exercise of their jobs.”
In the 23-page complaint, Syria asked for Hornos to be suspended and subsequently sacked, viewing him as part of Campimus’ “judicial table”, which was supposed to have been set up to prosecute opposition leaders in court.
“The maid of the Federal Chamber of Criminal Appeal, the highest criminal court in our country, visited former President Mauricio Macri on 6 occasions, without requests for a hearing and closed doors during his four years in office,” he said at the time. .
It is noteworthy for “Syria Connected” that “each of these visits was preceded or followed by a decision bearing his signature against a member of an opposition political party, especially officials close to the former president, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner.”
For the official legislator, this behavior by Hornos was “perverted, disgraceful and disgusting to the values” that Argentine society seeks to develop.
Thus, Syria denied that “the representative of the judiciary stipulates investigations in such sensitive cases.”
On that occasion, he added that “a position that should not be tolerated and that must be punished with all the weight of the law by removing the judge from his post,” stating that if the removal proposal is not accepted, the penalties will be applied.