A federal judge Thursday asked Argentina’s Senate to allow the arrest of former president Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner on a charge of treason for allegedly covering up the role of Iranians in a 1994 bomb attack on a Jewish center.

Judge Claudio Bonadio asked lawmakers to remove Kirchner's immunity from arrest, which she gained when she was sworn in as a senator last week.

Bonadio also ordered the arrest of several aides and allies of Kirchner, including former presidency secretary Carlos Zannini and activist Luis D’Elia on the same charges. Former foreign minister Hector Timerman was ordered held under house arrest due to health issues. Bonadio re-opened the case against Kirchner after it had been dismissed by another federal judge in February 2015.

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