CREO Assemblyman Páez confronted Vice President Glas by alleged deposits from China
Posted On 10 Jan 2015
Andrés Páez, CREO Assemblyman and legislator for Pichincha, who two days ago submitted documents with which he questions a number of deposits made from China to Ecuadorian accounts, said on January 9 he will not shun any judgment in the event that the Vice President Jorge Glas, decided to report it.
“I have not filed a complaint, I do not understand this nervousness. If he going to prosecute me, then prosecute me. I will not run as Pedro Delgado,” he said in a statement to the media of Quito. Páez also said he does not understand why Glas “feels alluded.”
In a communiqué from the Vice Presidency, the statements of Assemblyman Páez were rejected, accusing him of “maliciouslypretending to link Glas in banking transactions.”