Pedro Delgado asks to investigate the bank accounts of the Vice-President of the Constitutional Court
Posted On 13 Mar 2017
The former president of the Central Bank Pedro Delgado, a fugitive from Justice since December 2012, has requested the Money Laundering Unit through a Twitter account to investigate the bank accounts of the Vice-President of the Constitutional Court Pamela Martínez. It has has been said that she handled money of the Alianza PAIS party in her accounts to avoid legal control.
“Rafael ordered to put the money of Alianza PAIS in personal accounts of several of his friends and collaborators, to avoid the control established by the law of political parties. Pamela Martinez, Rafael’s adviser at that time, handled in her personal bank accounts the money that came from contributions, donations, and tithes that Rafael demanded to be handed over by officials and ministers of his government,” said Delgado in a Twitter account activated since March 10.
The Twitter account is called #PrimoLeaks and has a similarity with another one in which the former Minister of Hydrocarbons, Carlos Pareja Yanuzzelli, also fugitive from the Justice, handles since the beginning of the election campaign.