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Argentine justice reform: Anger at motives behind the gov’t plans

Protesters in Argentina question the government’s motives for a proposed overhaul of the justice system.

Argentina’s government has unveiled plans to reform its judiciary by increasing the number of federal courts.

But the opposition says the move is President Alberto Fernandez’s attempt to shield his predecessor from prosecution.

Al Jazeera’s Teresa Bo reports from Buenos Aires.