June 19, 2013
AMIA accord 'opens the possibility of a third attack,' says entity head
After last night's announcement made by Cristina Fernández de Kirchner that the deal with Iran to open up a truth commission to investigate the 1994 terrorist attack on the AMIA Jewish centre was sent to Congress, the president of the entity Guillermo Borger said that the decision puts the centre at risk for a “third attack.”
Borger today admitted that the centre is “absolutely taken aback” by Fernández de Kirchner’s government’s decision to put through the agreement, after yesterday’s televised speech sealed the deal.
“Not only have some aspects of the accord not been cleared up, but it has also left many people simply confused.
“This decision is enabling the possibility of a third attack, because truly we are submitting ourselves completely by doing this,” the head of the Argentine Jewish centre added.
“The president is completely confused, saying that the witnesses have been interrogated.