Former president’s assets frozen
A judge in Buenos Aires has frozen the assets of former Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner.
Ms Fernandez has been accused of making fraudulent foreign currency transactions last year in the final months of her government.
She has denied the allegations and accused the centre-right government of Mauricio Macri of plotting against her.
Some of her closest aides are being investigated for alleged mishandling of public funds.
“The harassment by what I call the ‘judicial party’ has become ridiculous,” Ms Fernandez said in a press conference after appearing in court.
Hundreds of police officers were deployed outside the court building where the hearing took place.
Ms Fernandez was charged in May for allegedly ordering irregular central bank transactions in the US dollar futures market.