The First Lady, Fabiola Yañez, reappeared in public after several weeks accompanying the president Alberto Fernandez to the Catholic University in the Puerto Madero neighborhood to participate in the primary elections (PASO) 2021. Yañez voted in that same educational establishment, since both have resided in that Buenos Aires area since before December 2019.
Smiling but in silence, Fernández’s partner greeted those who crossed in the corridors of the University, while waiting for the president to cast his vote and she would do the same.
I know treats the first occurrence in more than 2 weeks, after he shared an act in the Buenos Aires town of Chapadmalal, and after rumors that revealed the possibility that the President’s partner is pregnant. On August 27, he was asked about the versions, Fernández limited himself to answering: “Let’s wait, let’s wait.”
Rumors about the possible pregnancy became widespread after Yáñez herself shared a series of messages on her Instagram account. photos in which she is seen hugging her belly. It was at the presentation of the program Pre-trip in Misiones days after the scandal over the dissemination of photos of the Yañez celebration at the Olivos residence, with a dozen guests in full strict quarantine in July 2020.
The investigation that is accused by President Fernández for having broken the quarantine with his wife’s birthday party was in charge of the federal judge of San Isidro Lino Mirabelli. Until last September 7, the case was headless for a week, when the federal judge of Comodoro Py Sebastián Casanello was declared incompetent considering that the one who should investigate what happened is a court with competence in the territory where the crime was committed.
The cause seeks to determine if it was breached with the measures imposed by the President when he implemented a hard quarantine for coronavirus that prohibited social gatherings, among other restrictions to prevent the transmission of the disease. It is analyzed whether the crimes provided for in articles 205 and 248 of the Penal Code were committed. The first establishes a prison sentence of six months to two years for those who violate the measures adopted by the competent authorities to prevent the introduction or spread of an epidemic.