Argentine vice president sentenced to six years for State fraud
Argentina's VP Cristina Fernandez guilty in graft case, gets 6 years
Fernandez de Kirchner, who served as president for two terms between 2007 and 2015 and commands rock-star crowds of supporters, faced charges of alleged corruption in the awarding of public works during her presidency. She has denied the allegations and called the court a "firing squad". Kirchner, who has temporary immunity due to her current role, will not face immediate prison time.
Argentine VP Cristina Fernandez gets 6 years in prison, lifetime ban from public office for fraud
Argentine Vice-President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner was convicted and sentenced Tuesday to six years in prison and a lifetime ban from holding public office for a fraud scheme that embezzled $1 billion US through public works projects during her presidency.
Argentina's VP Fernández guilty in $1B fraud, gets 6 years
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) — Argentine Vice President Cristina Fernández was convicted and sentenced Tuesday to six years in prison and a lifetime ban from holding public office for a fraud scheme that embezzled $1 billion through public works projects during her presidency.
Argentina's Cristina Fernández de Kirchner sentenced to six years in prison for corruption
A court in Argentina on Tuesday sentenced the country's vice president, Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, to six years in prison and disqualified her from holding public office again after finding her guilty of corruption during her earlier terms as President.
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