Argentine journalist will made public, through his television program “Periodismo para Todos”, the plans of the safe that Kirchner ordered to build in her home in El Calafate.
“On Sunday we will show the vault at Cristina’s house in El Calafate. We have the layouts,” said Lanata on Mitre radio station, and added: “two meters in length and width.”
This announcement was made after interviewing Miriam Quiroga, former collaborator of President Nestor Kirchner until the rise of Cristina Kirchner to the presidency. Lanata had denounced an alleged money laundering involving the businessman Lázaro Báez, who is very close to the family Kirchner Fernandez.
Eduardo Arnold, Santa Cruz former vice-governor, was the one who warned about the alleged existence of safes installed in the couple’s home in Santa Cruz. Arnold also was the one who suggested that these vaults would work well in the mausoleum of the former president which was built by Baez and was willing to give details to the Justice Department.