Susana Trimarco, mother of Marita Verón, met with the president yesterday in the Casa Rosada to discuss details of reforming the human trafficking law. Discussion about the law’s reform will begin today in the Lower House.
Trimarco told reporters that the president and Cabinet Chief Juan Manuel Abal Medina are committed to advancing with the impeachment of the second division of the criminal chamber in Tucumán. The president said, “We have to remove those people who do not belong there once and for all,” according to Trimarco.
Carlos Varela, one of Trimarco’s lawyers, said this week is critical for the case. “The five lawyers who have been working on the case will meet in Buenos Aires with the Foundation (María de los Angeles Verón) and agree to appeal,” he said.
According to Varela, the group has three possible options: appeal to the Court of Justice of Tucumán, the national Supreme Court or the American Court of Human Rights. Trimarco already announced her decision to proceed with demands for the dismissal of three judges, or “hoodlums” as she called them, to the provincial legislature.