Mauricio Macri returned to Argentina and must appear in court, charged with illegal espionage

The complaint made by the head of the Federal Intelligence Agency (AFI), Cristina Caamaño, in September 2020, corresponds to the period of 2017 and 2018 when Macri was governing the country and the ARA San Juan was still missing.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Former President Mauricio Macri returned to Argentina on Tuesday and must appear tomorrow in court in Dolores to testify in the case that investigates the spying on relatives of the deceased crew of the ARA San Juan submarine.

However, whether the former president will attend the court summons is unknown since his legal advisors have not confirmed his attendance.

On the other hand, Macri's lawyer, Pablo Lanusse, went this morning to the Federal Court of Dolores, in charge of Martín Bava, to review the file. According to Infobae, he will meet with the former . . .

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