Federal prosecutor Jorge Di Lello accused the president of Argentina, Mauricio Macri, along with others officials of his Government for “treason to the Fatherland”, by authorizing regular flights using local airspace to communicate la isla de las Malvinas with Brazil.
“I understand the Executive Power cannot continue advancing in the implementation of agreements with Great Britain that don`t have the approval of Congress,” said Di Lello in the opinion presented to the Court and added that the existing ones must be investigated in the terms already provided.
The official questioned decree 602/2019 that allows Chilean airline Latam to make trips from Sao Paulo (Brazil) to Malvinas, and asked judge Luis Rodríguez to suspend the first flight, scheduled for November 20 of this year.
As indicated, it`s necessary ” take urgent measures to preserve the Argentine State from possible serious economic damage to which it would be exposed in relation to international law.”
Attorney Valeria Laura Carreras filed the complaint on September 24, due to irregularities of the National Government during Macri government, in Argentina-United Kingdom bilateral relationship management.
The decree that empowers Latam for weekly flights from Brazil to las Islas Malvinas was published on August 30 in the Official Gazette and authorized three routes: Sao Paulo- Islas Malvinas- Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo-Córdoba (Argentine territory) – Islas Malvinas -Sao Paulo and Sao Paulo- Islas Malvinas- Cordoba- Sao Paulo.