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Lower House Kirchnerite leader says ruling is ‘reprehensible’

The leader of the Kirchnerite caucus in the Lower House, Agustín Rossi, referred to the ruling signed by US District Judge Thomas Griesa against Argentina saying it is “absolutely reprehensible.”

"Argentina had two debt swaps. In the first 75% of the bond holders joined it, and in the second one the number grew to 91%. Only 9% of the bond holders were left out ", Rossi explained.

He also criticized the Judge “for having permanently ignored the US Federal Reserve recommendations, backing the vulture funds’ demands,” and added: “I’m only giving my opinion, I’m not aware of the technical aspects of the ruling.”

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