President Cristina Fernandez scandal allegations are heating up and reportedly, Fernandez is now accused of participating in "organized crime to steal from people and businesses, installing fear and terror." Regarding the Cristina Fernandez scandal, The Inquistr divulged more details on the harsh accusations surrounding the president of Argentina. The report, which was posted Dec. 18, reads: "The Cristina Fernandez scandal focuses on Lazaro Baez, whose businesses have won many public contracts with the Argentinian government during the the time period the Kirchner family has ruled over the South American country. Other parts of the government are curently investigating allegations of money laundering, tax evasion and illicit enrichment involving Baez and his government contracts.”
Cristina Fernandez has denied the scandal allegations via posts she made on Twitter recently.
She wrote (via Google Translate): "To what end? I think the facts are self-explanatory, and that were also political figures."
"I would like to add that I can not organize crime to steal from people and businesses," Fernandez expressed.
Fernandez noted that the chairman of the CEA, José María Arancedo, said that "the police can not help orphaned citizenship."
The Cristina Fernandez scandal protests began on Dec. 3 in the city of Cordoba, where dozens of people took advantage of the absence of police on the streets to loot shops. In the following days, the riots were repeated in other provinces, with violent incidents that left 11 people dead.