The two institutions reported in a statement "that on the day of the date a request for instruction was made to promote criminal action against the former governor of Tucuman Jose Alperovich for crimes against the sexual integrity of a second niece."
The Public Prosecutor's Office also requested that the incompetence of the justice of Tucuman be declared, where the victim filed another complaint, in order to "be referred for its connection with the cause that is processed in national justice."
The National Criminal and Correctional Court 35, in charge of Osvaldo Rappa, will be responsible for processing the case.
The Senate on November 27 granted a six-month leave without pay to the legislator, who ruled Tucuman between 2003 and 2015, denounced by a 29-year-old niece for rape "sexually, physically and psychologically from December 2017 to May 2019 ".
The niece of Alperovich published a letter through the collective We Do Not Shut Up More, stating that she lived in recent years in the "oppression of silence" in recent years, as reported on 3 December says the half Profile.
"I do not write to convince anyone of anything. I am here against the oppression of silence and for the need to recover my life, to heal by calling things as they are, without softening or dyeing them, putting the monster name and surname. When I do not put name, does not exist, "said the alleged victim.
Alperovich, three times elected governor and senator since December 2015 by the opposition coalition Front for Victory (FpV), said he will prove his innocence before justice.