The Chamber of Deputies focused this week on the security crisis that afflicts the city of Rosarioand although there were positive gestures from both sides of the rift, the truth is that the effects of parliamentary work could only be seen in a period of no less than two years, in accordance with political and judicial times.
Last Wednesday, the commission’s opinion was obtained on the project to strengthen the federal justice of Santa Fe. It is an initiative that the 19 deputies of the province presented together to advance in the creation of multiple judicial positions, including new federal prosecutor’s offices in Rosario, three in Santa Fe and one in Rafaela. The project also has the support of the governor Omar Perotti and the senators from Santa Fe. “For the criminal prosecution of this situation, we need a strengthened Federal Justice, which can resolve quickly, investigate and convict,” said FdT deputy Roberto Mirabella, close to Perotti. After passing through the Justice and Criminal Legislation commissions, the issue must be dealt with by the Budget Commission to only later enter the long list of issues that fight for its treatment in the compound.
Judicial decision in favor of the Judge in his dispute in the Magistracy
The electoral year plus the history of laws approved in the Congress during the last three months are not very auspicious factors for a regulation that is of an urgent nature and that must also make its way through the Senate. Once it is regulated by the Executive, the law must begin to go through the judicial paths with the procedure that starts in the Council of the Magistracy with the selection of shortlists, the passage through the Executive Power for the election of a candidate and again the passage through Congress to fill the vacancies, which allows us to conclude that all this path will not happen before Alberto Fernández finishes his term.
Simultaneously, from Santa Fe, pressure is advancing for the constitution of the Bicameral Commission for the Implementation of the Criminal Procedure Code, a journey that is largely interrupted by decision of Cristina Kirchner.
The head of the block of deputies of the Front of All German Martinez He was in favor of recovering the stable work rhythm both in commissions and in the sessions in the premises of the Lower House.
“You have to make short agendas that allow us to have the greatest possible consensus and try to return to the rhythm we had in 2022, when we did two or sometimes three sessions per month. For that, it is not only necessary for the official bloc, but also for the opposition”, he said.
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