The former President of the Central Bank of Ecuador, Pedro Delgado, used his false title to get a masters degree in economy at the Central American Institute of Business Administration (INCAE), however, Assemblyman Enrique Herreria recent complaint argues that it contradicts the version of Juan Carlos Carmigniani, defence attorney of the former official, who said that the crime of forgery was committed in the Central American country.
Delgado was accepted as a professor with his fake title at the Universidad San Francisco de Quito in 1991, which was the requirement for the academic charge. Later the University gave him a permit for his mastery of in Business Economics in Costa Rica, in the Incae, according to the statement made by the prosecutor of the university in the capital, Jose Guerrero Ponce.
The mastership that Delgado did in Costa Rica was by presence, said yesterday the president of Incae, Arturo Condo, who told the newspaper El Universo that the academic entity has complied with requests for information about the case requested by the Prosecution of Costa Rica.
Meanwhile Herreria said it is very clear that the crime of forgery of Delgado’s title was committed in Ecuador, “where he make it and presents. Then he goes to do his master’s and resubmits it in Incae,” remarked the Assemblyman. He added that now begins a series of violations, so the defence version of Delgado, who says that it is a prescribed offense, not true, it is a crime of “is a series of events committed for a long period.”