After the arrest of the former Legal and Government Director of the Benito Juárez Delegation, Jorge Romero, who served as head of the demarcation from 2012 to 2015, demanded that the Prosecutor’s Office investigate the real criminals, instead of inventing imaginary cartels to beat up the opposition in CDMX.
Through a statement, the former delegate and current federal deputy for the PAN lamented that the Mexico City Attorney General’s Office (FGJCDMX) uses terminologies “whose connotation and interpretation already prejudges a possible criminality, which is improper and illegal ”, around the term “Benito Juárez Real Estate Cartel”, coined by the current capital administration.
Similarly, when reproaching the CDMX Prosecutor’s Office for using its powers for political purposes, he assured that he will remain, like the opposition, attentive to his actions in the case “and we endorse his favorite phrase: ‘outside the law nothing, above the law no one’, including the Prosecutor’s Office”.
Likewise, Romero stressed that “in National Action we condemn any illegal or improper conduct, and we believe that the ministerial and judicial authorities will have to carry out their work with total impartiality and adhering simply and simply to what is established in our constitution.”
While, regarding the specific case of Luis “N”, the PAN legislator stressed that “now the arguments of the accused’s defense must be heard and wait for a judge’s resolution”, after they already ordered preventive detention as a precautionary measure. against whom he held public office in Benito Juárez in four administrations and now the FGJCDMX accuses him of illicit enrichment.
While this Monday the spokesman for the CDMX Prosecutor’s Office; Ulises Lara López, resumed the announcement of the head of government Claudia Sheinbaum about other allegedly involved and assured that they are already looking for Nicias “N”, who served as general director of Works and Urban Development in the Benito Juárez Mayor’s Office.
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The CDMX Prosecutor’s Office also accuses him of illicit enrichment and conflict of interest, by owning several construction companies, also accusing him of authorizing after the 2017 earthquake the reopening of a building affected by the earthquake that collapsed nine months after its construction. opening.