Diego Luciani, the prosecutor investigating the cause for the work addressing public toward the Patagonian businessman Lázaro Báez, opposed to Cristina Kirchner will travel to Cub to see his daughter, Florence, interned on the island since March.
The reason for the opposition is that the date – 20-30 April – is near the start of the oral proceedings in the case known as «Roads», 21 May. The Telam agency reported that Luciani said that authorizing the trip could put at risk the beginning of the public trial and added that it was not possible to rule out in advance that, once in Cuba, the former President requested to extend their stay.
For all this is that we request that Florence is authorized to stay in Cuba until it is given high and, to remove any suspicion, be required through the Argentina Embassy a detailed report on his State of health. pic.twitter.com/tDxE0098PB – Cristina Kirchner (@CFKArgentina) April 1, 2019 Florence is in Cuba for a disease which, according to medical reports provided by the own Cristina shows a primary diagnosis – post-traumatic stress disorder – and other five diagnoses include Lymphoedema.