The National Anticorruption Commission (CAN acronym in Spanish) presented on Thursday September 13 in the Office of the Prosecutor a complaint for crimes against humanity against former President Rafael Correa, which were committed by the police revolt on September 30, 2010 (30-S).
The spokesman of the Commission, Jorge Rodríguez, delivered the document in which they ask to investigate and establish the criminal responsibilities of the dormer president and those military and civil leaders who participated during the events of September 30.
He said there was a “miserable persecution” against more than 300 citizens who lost their jobs and even their lives. The Attorney General of the State, Paúl Pérez Reina, received the document and announced that a working group will be created to analyze cases of corruption that have occurred in the country in the past decade, particularly the six complaints filed by the CNA that were archived.
Along with the Office of the Prosecutor and the CNA, representatives of the workers and officials of the Financial and Economic Analysis Unit will also participate in the round table. Ramiro Román, member of the CNA, said that the filed complaints are for the cases: Caminosca, Manduriacu, Refinería del Pacífico, Hidrosigchos and against judges Enríquez and Maldonado. (I)