May 19, 2013
AMIA deal: 'The most important thing is to act in good faith,' CFK says
In her oficial Twitter account, President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner referred to the AMIA agreement reached with Iran and said that “most important of all is to act in good faith, with responsibility, without opportunism and with commitment with Truth, Memory and Justice.”
Following the missive sent by the Criminal Police International Organization sent to the national government, the head of stated added that she was “not surprised” that the Interpol considered the bilateral move “a positive progress."
“I am not surprised. I am a lawyer but this is not about who is right. The most important thing is always to act in good faith, with responsibility, with no opportunism and with commitment with Truth, Memory and Justice,” the president wrote and explained her position was the same she held as a member of the Congress Bicameral Commission set to investigate the AMIA attack.
“Of course you can always make a mistake. In fact, those who believed in the ex judge (Juan José) Galeano and other officials were wrong. They did it in absolutely good faith. Maybe not all of them but, without a doubt the victims’ families did” act in good faith, the 60-year old leader assured.