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Vice-President Amado Boudou agreed to a live interview from his senate office on the Todo Noticias network on Tuesday evening. Speaking to reporters Ernesto Tenembaum and Marcelo Slotogwiazda, Boudou charged against Federal Judge Ariel Lijo - who questioned him on Monday - and accused him of "trying to use this scandal to hurt the Government and take the attention away from the Paris Club deal." The Vice-President also seemed to distance himself from his friend and associate Jose Maria Nuñez Carmona after the many "coincidences" that allegedly dragged him into this case. Judge Ariel Lijo is questioning The Old Fund's Alejandro Vandenbroele on Tuesday, and he is expected to be asked about his alleged relationship with Boudou. According to Vandenbroele's ex wife, he was in fact the Vice-President's frontman, although the Vice-President denies the accusations. The hearing began at 11 am. According to a latest poll conducted exclusively for Infobae, If the August primaries were to be conducted this Sunday, congressman Sergio Massa from the Frente Renovador party would be the most voted candidate with almost 17 percent of the votes. Things are more divided inside the Victory Front party, where Interior and Transportation Minister Florencio Randazzo, with 9.4 percent of the votes, approaches Buenos Aires province governor Daniel Scioli who obtained close to 11 percent. During his early morning press briefing, Cabinet Chief Jorge Capitanich was asked about an unexpected encounter between Scioli and Grupo Clarín CEO Hector Magnetto. The two met at an event and shared a brief and informal chat. Capitanich, whose party is at odds with Grupo Clarín, commented that "you can judge a man by the company he keeps." Proving once more the deep division that exists within the Kirchnerite Frente para la Victoria party. President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner attended the official inauguration of the Museum of the Malvinas Islands, located at the former ESMA detention center in Nuñez, where she discussed the war with the United Kingdom in 1982 and said that she opposed Argentina's decision to invade the islands.

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