Prosecutor Galo Chiriboga surprised Ecuadorian media this morning as he confirmed that there are three people arrested from an alleged network that sold fake signatures.
In an auditorium at the prosecution of Guayas, crowded with TV cameras, Chiriboga showed alleged evidence found inside the home of each detainee.
According to Chiriboga an operation that began last night in Quito, Guayaquil and Samborondón, ended in the arrest of two employees of the National Electoral Council (CNE for its Spanish acronym) and another person.
CNE and Civil Register documents were found inside the houses. CDs with databases of voters registration, contract services and disks with the logo of Sociedad Patriotica Party where the material shown by the Attorney General.
Chiriboga said that the detainees allegedly traded firms to others, but did not state whether political parties or movements were directly involved.
He added that the investigations continue, but did not ensure that the alleged forged signatures network is fully discovered not solved the case. Detenees’ Households where allegedly located in Ponciano, Quito, Sauces 8, Guayaquil, and Samborondón. (FL)