Presidential car owes more than $ 600,000 in fines / Argentina News

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It is the Toyota Corolla belonging to the presidential fleet, with license plate AA342AV in which the head of state traveled from the Casa Rosada

The car that transferred President Alberto Fernández from Casa Rosada to the Congress de la Nación owes more than $ 600,000 in traffic offenses, according to the website of the City of Buenos Aires.

Its about Toyota Corolla belonging to the presidential fleet, with license plate AA342AV, which has an unpaid debt of $ 616,200, which if it were to pay this Monday with a discount, it would have a significant bonus of $ 181,350 and would reduce the amount to $ 434,850.

The dark gray vehicle in which the head of state Along with his spokesman Juan Pablo Biondi in a brief journey of ten blocks, he has 67 unpaid fines, from 2017, the year in which it was patented, to the present. Throughout that period, before and after Fernández was head of state, he did not pay any fines.

The car that accompanied Fernández, always behind and also belonging to the presidential fleetIt also has a very high debt with the City. The also model 2017, dark gray and patented AA249KK, owes $ 376,350, which could be reduced to $ 315,900 if it were paid on the same day that the consultation for its debt was made.

Fernández said he will not be “stunned” by “malicious criticism.”

President Alberto Fernández assured this afternoon that he did not arrive at the Casa Rosada to be “stunned by malicious criticism” from sectors of the opposition.

“No government can not make mistakes, but every sensible government must correct those mistakes to banish any hint of privilege,” said Fernández.

Before the Legislative Assembly, he maintained: “I did not come to the presidency to be deaf to well-intentioned criticism, nor to allow myself to be stunned by malicious criticism.”

As the President told the Legislative Assembly, “verbal pyrotechnics only confuse.”

Fernández said he will not be “stunned” by “malicious criticism.”

“I followed the law, put on your chinstrap,” Fernando Iglesias shouted at Cristina Kirchner

At the beginning of the Legislative Assembly, when Vice President Cristina Kirchner entered the Chamber of Deputies, the opposition deputy Fernando Iglesias from his bench shouted at her: “I complied with the law, put on your chinstrap.”

The head of the Senate ignored the comment, as did the president of the Chamber of Deputies, Sergio Massa, and began the Legislative Assembly, awaiting the arrival of the head of State Alberto Fernández.

“I followed the law, put on your chinstrap,” Fernando Iglesias shouted at Cristina Kirchner

Cristina Kirchner entered the premises at 11:35 am accompanied by Massa, at which time she received the shouting comment from the deputy from Together for Change.

Iglesias was part of the 90 legislators who were authorized to participate in the Legislative Assembly in person, within the framework of strict protocols to prevent possible coronavirus infections.

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