December 22, 2014
Key dates in the case
-1951: Nicolás Ciccone founds Ciccone Calcográfica mint company.
-2009: The Old Fund, a company allegedly owned by Alejandro Vandenbroele, is created.
-April 15, 2010: The Ciccone mint company declares bankruptcy.
-July 29, 2010: Alleged meeting between Boudou and Ciccone in the studios of Telefe broadcast network.
-August 31, 2010: AFIP agrees to a payment plan for Ciccone Calcográfica.
-September 1, 2010: The Old Fund buys the mint company.
-September 14, 2010: AFIP agrees to lift Ciccone Calcográfica’s bankruptcy.
-April 5, 2012: Boudou accuses Judge Daniel Rafecas, Prosecutor Carlos Rívolo and Attorney General Esteban Righi for irregularities in the investigation and for leaking information to the press. The case is left in the hands of Judge Ariel Lijo.
-April 16, 2012: The National Mint and Compañía de Vaores Sudamericana (former Ciccone) sign a deal to print 140 million peso bills.
-February 6, 2014: Prosecutor Jorge Di Lello requests Lijo summon Boudou for questioning.
-February 7, 2014: Boudou appears before Lijo to hand a brief.
-May 16, 2014: The Criminal Cassation Court refuses to remove Boudou from the legal investigation.