Pedro Delgado, the current president of the Central Bank of Ecuador (BCE for its Spanish acronym) and representative of the Management Unit of Public Law (Ugedep) is being accused by Assemblyman Cléver Jimenez (Pachakutik) who in his last statement, sworn about Delgado’s properties, added the suspicion that the Central Bank President has committed the crime of perjury, which is punishable by imprisonment of less than 3-6 years.
According to the complaint, Delgado would have failed in his statement of assets, delivered to the comptroller on November 10, 2011 (before his assuming the presidency of the Central Bank), and his relationship with the company Mediterranea Venture LLC, headquartered in Miami, United States.
Delgado also failed to detail the debt of $ 200,000 with Juan Borja Charvet, as part payment of the home purchased in that city. According to the legislator, this fact, along with criminal implications leads to his destitution. Jimenez produced a document from a check protested on Mediterranea statement Ventura LLC. An official of Panama Austrobankreported this information when Delgado was president of the BCE.