National deputy of Cambiemes Aida Ayala, processed for money laundering, negotiations incompatible with public office and illegal enrichment, announced that will not compete in the internal radicalism of the hacket, while the investigation continues.
Ayala had good news this Thursday: The National Chambers of Punishment abolished the preventive detention issued against him, which would allow him to face the process of allegedly diverting funds from the municipality of Resistance, when he was mayor.
However, the next day, Federal Resistance Judge Zunilda Nirperger confirmed this he will initiate the case of an oral investigation since the abolition of preventive detention "does not change" its condition.
Cambiemes lawmaker said there was no "way to interfere" with the criminal process, because the municipality she was now running "is in the hands of Kirchner and the province in the hands of the governors of the Peronists."
On the other hand, he claimed that after the scandal, although he felt "supported and supported by Cambiemes and UKR at the national level", the same did not happen with his peers at the provincial level.
"Today they are struggling to see if there are trainees, do you think I'm going to be a trainee when UCR leaves my hand, that I will fight to be a governor? Everyone wants to be. I do not have the strength or the courage to go inside"he said South American radio.
Ayala said the complaint "ruined her life" and "health". "I was a mayor for 12 years, I revised all state control agencies, surrendered every year to the account, and I never imagined that such a complaint could exist," he concluded.