Visibly upset and annoyed the Attorney General, Galo Chiriboga, arrived this morning at the National Court of Justice (CNJ) to attend the scheduled hearing against former Central Bank president, Pedro Delgado. There, in statements to the press, described as a “total disrespect” the decision to postpone the appointment and categorically rejected the judicial measure.
The hearing, which had been requested by the Prosecution against Pedro Delgado, a relative of the Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa, who led the Central Bank and the former AGD until publicly acknowledged having lied about his professional qualification as an economist, and now he’s in Miami (USA), was scheduled for Monday April 8. As was made after the judge handling the case accepted the argument of the lawyers of the former official.
The prosecutor Galo Chiriboga, despite the deferred of the hearing was reported on Thursday, attended the National Court of Justice, evidently in order to express his disagreement with the ruling.