Posted On 14 Mar 2017
Pedro Delgado, a former presidential adviser and former president of a state agency that administered seized assets, has been dabbled in Twitter since last week to assert his allegations against several officials of the current government of Rafael Correa.
Delgado, whom the government considers a fugitive, enabled the account @primoleaks since last Thursday, a day after several media began to broadcast interviews to which he agreed, after four years in hiding.
He left the country in December 2012, after it was known that he had forged a university degree. Since then he lives in Miami, United States.
Since last Thursday and until yesterday, Delgado has published 18 tweets. In most of them, he shares videos with edited versions of his interviews, or messages addressed directly to President Rafael Correa.
Among other allegations, Delgado claims that Correa was part of an agreement with him to temporarily leave the country and then return to be prosecuted.
In addition to the falsification of the degree, admitted by himself, Delgado was sentenced for the irregular granting of loans at the Cofiec bank.
The former official joins this practice of disseminating alleged complaints of corruption through social networks.
The former Minister of Hydrocarbons and former manager of Petroecuador, Carlos Pareja Yannuzzelli, does the same from the @capayaleaksecu account.