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There was student conflict, the number of homicides increased and, above all, he accepted a veritable avalanche of criminal complaints for various reasons, which affected him directly or tangentially. Few of these complaints led to proceedings, but others, enough to make Macri one of the politicians with the most investigations and criminal charges in Latin America, did enter the judicial circuit.

In January 2012, the NGO La Alameda, dedicated to fighting human trafficking, slave labor, child exploitation and forced prostitution, denounced that a network of pimps led by the former State Intelligence agent Raúl Martins had financed Macri’s last reelection campaign, with whom he appeared in some photos that were released by the media. Martins’ own daughter denounced her father for running brothels. In April, Judge María Romilda Servini de Cubría filed this complaint and the alleged financing of the PRO with money from brothels was never known again. Shortly after, in October, the Buenos Aires legislator María José Lubertino, from the FPV, filed a criminal complaint against Macri for breach of the duties of a public official and violation of professional secrecy in the case of the suspension of a legal abortion in a hospital of the Autonomous City was going to practice on a woman who was a victim of a rape and of whom the municipal councilor had provided personal data in a press conference. A few days later, Macri vetoed the law regulating non-punishable abortions approved by the Buenos Aires Legislature. This complaint ended up languishing in the judicial bureaucracy.

In April 2013 Lubertino returned to the charge with a new complaint against Macri, this time for his responsibility in the violence unleashed by agents of the Metropolitan Police against health workers and patients of the José Tiburcio Borda Mental Health Hospital when they tried to prevent the demolition of a sheltered workshop. The following December an investigating judge issued the dismissal for Macri, María Eugenia Vidal, Horacio Rodríguez and other members of the Cabinet in this case, but in April 2014 the National Chamber of Criminal and Correctional Appeals reversed said ruling and ordered the judge to continue the investigations. As if that were not enough, the ruler, upon being annulled in April 2012, a first dismissal issued in his favor in December 2011, continued to be indicted in the case, with charges of aggravated coercion and abuse of authority, for the 17 situations of mistreatment and eviction of homeless pedestrians committed by the Union of Control of Public Space (UCEP) in the scarce year, between 2008 and 2009, in which this controversial parapolice unit had operated, created by Macri and soon dissolved before the accumulation of complaints that weighed on her.

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