The federal prosecutor Ramiro González opened an investigation against Mayra Mendoza, mayor of Quilmes and a member of La Cámpora, for the diversion of $535 million pesos intended for work cooperatives related to politics. Other officials, who own companies and accounts, were also charged offshore.

The case was initiated by the complaint of the lawyer Santiago Dupuy de Lomé following a publication that claimed that “National funds that are delivered to the municipality of Quilmes are used to pay cooperatives whose owners are Raspa and Cangelosi.” He also added that people who would provide functions to Raspa received social plans granted by the Ministry of Development of the Nation, without being granted any remuneration.