National prosecutor asks for information on possible agreement between the Government and truckers due to the 2020 stoppage

This Thursday, the national prosecutor, Jorge Abbott, confirmed that he asked the Legal Advisory Unit of the Prosecutor’s Office to gather information related to the stoppage of truckers in 2020 after the president of the National Confederation of Truck Owners (CNDC), Juan Araya, affirmed that it was the government itself that asked the union for the radical measure.

According to Araya, the motivation of the Executive for such an unusual request would have been to obtain the approval, in Congress, of projects related to security.

In this regard, the national prosecutor Jorge Abbott did not rule out an act constituting a crime.

“I asked for a report from the Legal Advisory Unit of the National Prosecutor’s Office, but from now on it is possible that there is some type of criminal offense in the State’s Internal Security law, but whoever has the exercise of criminal action in the matter is the Supreme Government , not the Public Ministry that could not open an investigation ex officio ”.

In any case, Abbott maintained that with a report in hand, “we can open an investigation regarding a common crime where the Public Ministry has the possibility of initiating an investigation ex officio.”

For this reason, the highest authority of the National Prosecutor’s Office expressed that it hopes to have the background report as soon as possible and thus evaluate an eventual investigation.

This Thursday, the national prosecutor, Jorge Abbott, confirmed that he asked the Legal Advisory Unit of the Prosecutor’s Office to gather information related to the stoppage of truckers in 2020 after the president of the National Confederation of Truck Owners (CNDC), Juan Araya, affirmed that it was the government itself that asked the union for the radical measure.

According to Araya, the motivation of the Executive for such an unusual request would have been to obtain the approval, in Congress, of projects related to security.

In this regard, the national prosecutor Jorge Abbott did not rule out an act constituting a crime.

“I asked for a report from the Legal Advisory Unit of the National Prosecutor’s Office, but from now on it is possible that there is some type of criminal offense in the State’s Internal Security law, but whoever has the exercise of criminal action in the matter is the Supreme Government , not the Public Ministry that could not open an investigation ex officio ”.

In any case, Abbott maintained that with a report in hand, “we can open an investigation regarding a common crime where the Public Ministry has the possibility of initiating an investigation ex officio.”

For this reason, the highest authority of the National Prosecutor’s Office expressed that it hopes to have the background report as soon as possible and thus evaluate an eventual investigation.

This Thursday, the national prosecutor, Jorge Abbott, confirmed that he asked the Legal Advisory Unit of the Prosecutor’s Office to gather information related to the stoppage of truckers in 2020 after the president of the National Confederation of Truck Owners (CNDC), Juan Araya, affirmed that it was the government itself that asked the union for the radical measure.

According to Araya, the motivation of the Executive for such an unusual request would have been to obtain the approval, in Congress, of projects related to security.

In this regard, the national prosecutor Jorge Abbott did not rule out an act constituting a crime.

“I asked for a report from the Legal Advisory Unit of the National Prosecutor’s Office, but from now on it is possible that there is some type of criminal offense in the State’s Internal Security law, but whoever has the exercise of criminal action in the matter is the Supreme Government , not the Public Ministry that could not open an investigation ex officio ”.

In any case, Abbott maintained that with a report in hand, “we can open an investigation regarding a common crime where the Public Ministry has the possibility of initiating an investigation ex officio.”

For this reason, the highest authority of the National Prosecutor’s Office expressed that it hopes to have the background report as soon as possible and thus evaluate an eventual investigation.

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