The assemblyman of CREO movement said that “there are serious gaps in the investigation by the Attorney General of the State” with respect to the case of Argentine entrepreneur Gaston Duzac, who received an irregular loan of $ 800,000 by the Bank Cofiec.
Paez reported the case on October 27, 2012, and this could be seen in the order of arraignment hearing that the prosecution made. “In that document, which I have in my hands, there is a serious error: the requested hearing charges against everyone except to Duzac Gaston, the beneficiary of the credit.”
He explained that he did not made the test of emails he gave the prosecution and that “must be examined, because there are the communications were Duzac gives explanations to Pedro Delgado and Francisco Endara (his brother-in-law), as to why it has not complied with the documentary requirements to give sustenance to credit.”
According to Paez the case ended in the hands of the judge Paul Iniguez, who, according to his research, was given four points to reach the National Court of Justice, adding that he ran for mayor of Gualaceo by Alianza Pais. “I applied for further proceedings, which are conducted the surveys, which set the contrast of voices, what happens is that they want to have a process where there is no hard evidence to say ‘we can not blame the three principals involved in the robbery, and neither will we know what they did with the money.”