Former president and leader of the Comunidad Ciudadana (CC), Carlos Mesa admitted this Saturday that it aimed to hide the seriousness of the donation of stolen cars After assurances from the government that these were only “isolated cases”.
“I congratulate the supervisory action of Deputy Louisa Nair who exposed the scope of corruption in the case of stolen cars, which the government uses as perks. This situation cannot remain in different measures an attempt to hide its seriousness and promote impunity”, Mesa expressed on his Twitter account.
On Friday, the deputy minister of communications, Gabriela Alcón, confirmed that the donations made to Bolivia of cars reported stolen in Chile are only “two isolated cases”.
When asked if there are only two cases or more, as repeatedly denounced by Chile’s Vehicle Search Group (GBV), Alcon reiterated that “they are only two separate cases” and that they will accordingly will proceed.
The scandal for the delivery or donation of stolen vehicles began with the revelation that the President himself Luis Arce donated a stolen car In the National Council of Ayles and Marques of Culusuyu (CONMAC) in Chile.
Later, the GBV denounced that a second motorcycle was stolen in Chile and later, it was also delivered to Bolivia as a donation to the federation.
Found out on Thursday Another vehicle stolen in Chile was delivered to the Assembly by the Ministry of the Presidency Legislative, as condemned by CC deputy Louisa Nair.
This third vehicle was located in a parking lot of the Legislative Assembly.
Meanwhile, the Minister of the Presidency, Maria Nella Prada, insisted this Saturday There should be a shared responsibility with Chile,
“These cars entered the country illegally and the responsibility, of course, must be shared. We have always established it as a policy of relations with countries that what happens at the border, these vehicles What we do here is to include the illegal entry of and historically in these years of the management of President Lucho (Luis Arce).