The Federal Criminal Oral Court No. 2, chaired by Jorge Gorini and also made up of his colleagues Rodrigo Giménez Uriburu and Andrés Basso, will present next Thursday at 9:00 a.m. the foundations of the ruling by which Vice President Cristina Kirchner was sentenced to six years in prison and perpetual disqualification from holding public office for the cause of public works in Santa Cruz.

The court, which was working on the grounds during the judicial fair, will not hold a new hearing but will upload the ruling’s arguments to the Lex 100 system, which will be freely accessible to the parties.

The former president was not the only one convicted in the trial whose verdict was announced on December 6. Eight other people received guilty sentences, including former state contractor businessman Lázaro Báez and former Secretary of Public Works José López. Instead, former Planning Minister Julio De Vido and three other people were acquitted.

It was the first conviction of a vice president in office in Argentine history, and the court also ordered the confiscation of 84 billion pesos. She was convicted of defrauding the State, although they dismissed the accusation of being the head of an illegal association.

Despite the fact that she was quite clear in her self-exclusion from the electoral competition, from different sectors of Kirchnerism they seek to reverse this decision through an operational outcry that is already underway.