The deputy of UDI Sergio Bobadilla apologized on Tuesday for the questions he raised about conclusions of the reports of Rettig and Valech within the framework of commemorating 50 years of the coup d’état.
Regarding the controversial statements, the parliamentarian assured that “I believe it is necessary and fair. recovery clearly and categorically. I took it back and I apologize for such rude statements.“.
Likewise, Bobadilla indicated that “I am giving the absolute truth of what the said reports say. and I publicly apologize to all those affected by my statements.”
The UDI parliamentarian’s statements emerged after his The party released its own statement on the 50th anniversary of the coup d’état.
In its statement, the opposition conglomerate assured that “Institutional collapse has a direct cause that precedes the dire situation experienced in Chile marked by hatred, the legitimization of violence as a means of political action and the intense polarization caused by a sector of the Chilean left.
However, writing recognizes and condemned “without nuances the violations of fundamental rights” occurred during the dictatorship, as well as establishing that “Chile must continue on the path of justice and recovery.”
What did Bobadilla say?
“The military statement is inevitable to regain democracy, regain freedom,” in the same way he assured that the the dictatorship “is an ideal government that brings peace and recovered freedom for Chileans,” said the deputy at the time.
About the results of reports issued by the Rettig and Valch commissions Bobadilla assured that “I have my doubts; I don’t think they consider the truth, because I think that They have a bias, and for me, they don’t have a 100% relationship with what actually happened during the military government.”