Political members and police officers accused by the government for attempting a coup d’état on September 30 of 2010, are angry with the investigative mission made by the general secretary, Ban Ki-moon.
Their contempt started when the mission led by Oscar Fernandez lacked of objectivity, during the three days that he was in Ecuador to investigate the facts of 30-S, made by an invitation of the Regime.
Lucio Gutierrez, leader of the political party Sociedad Patriotica sent a letter to Ban Ki-moon complaining about the negative posture of Fernandez to meet with the opposition. “I must inform you that the members of that Mission refused to meet with representatives of PSP, which is the main political organization of the opposition, and also the important members of political organizations, social, academics, humanitarian and the media.” According to Gutierrez, the Mission cannot make a report about 30-S without hearing both sides.
During a press conference, assemblyman Cesar Montufar expressed his contempt regarding the fact that the UN representative in Ecuador to investigate the events of September 30, did not met with the people accused by the government.
“It cannot be that a mission of the United Nations comes to learn about the September 30 events and don’t interview the people whose human rights were violated. It’s inconceivable, its unforgivable that such omission has been made.” Added Montufar.