The ex-assemblyman and president of the Concertación movement, César Montúfar, presented a criminal complaint against Ecuadorian former President Rafael Correa on Monday morning, March 5, for organized crime.
Montúfar arrived at 10:00 o’clock in the morning to the Attorney General’s Office to present the complaint against Correa, who he considers to be the “author of the criminal gang, which made that in Ecuador crime and corruption are not isolated facts but structural and systemic facts “.
At a press conference Montúfar mentioned that the complaint included other senior officials who accompanied Correa during his tenure: the former vice-president, Jorge Glas; the former comptroller and fugitive from justice, Carlos Pólit; the ex-attorney, Diego García; the former Presidential Legal Secretary, Alexis Mera; the president of the National Assembly, José Serrano; and the attorney general, Carlos Baca.
The ex-assemblyman also requested that the public prosecutor Baca be excused to carry out this case; He also asked that the deputy prosecutor, Thania Moreno, be excused from investigating this case because in recent days “he has had relations with members of this gang.”
In addition to this complaint against Correa, yesterday it was learned that Comptroller General Pablo Celi, asked the prosecutor Baca to include in the investigation of the Singue case the former president. (I)