Thousands of Argentines marched in the capital on Wednesday demanding answers in the mysterious death of a prosecutor.
The rally, organized by several prosecutors, took place exactly one month after Alberto Nisman was found in his bathroom with a bullet in his right temple.
The 51-year-old prosecutor was found in a pool of blood the day before he was to detail to Congress his explosive accusations that Argentine President Cristina Fernandez and top administration officials orchestrated a secret deal with Iran to shield Iranian officials allegedly responsible for the 1994 bombing.
The attack killed 85 people at a Jewish community centre in Buenos Aires.
Fernandez has denied the allegations, but her administration has struggled to confront a growing political crisis.
On Wednesday, she accused protesters of wanting “some people subordinated and others controlled.”
Meanwhile, relatives of victims and survivors of the AMIA (Argentine-Israeli Mutual Association) bombing met with Pope Francis at the Vatican on Wednesday.
They asked the Pontiff to act as a mediator between Iran and Israel so that citizens of those countries can be questioned by the Argentine authorities over the attack.
This report compiled information from Associated Press.