The Greens’ representative in the Chamber, Cathy Juvinao, announced legal action of a criminal and disciplinary nature against the prosecutor Angélica Monsalve, allegedly for violating her privacy by recording, editing and disseminating a private conversation.
“I am suing the prosecutor Angélica Monsalve for violating my privacy by entering my home and recording me without authorization, telling me lies and limiting my answers to her false information.”
The congresswoman assured that Monsalve “should not remain in office” since “she cannot go to her inauguration as prosecutor to deceive, coerce and entice a person to say something in the face of false information and then pass it on to a person Media companies “also in edited form,” said Cathy Juvinao.
According to Juvinao’s testimony, he had a face-to-face meeting with Prosecutor Monsalve at his home a few weeks ago and during that time the prosecutor recorded and published a conversation in which they spoke about Congresswoman Katherine Miranda, apparently not very well.
Endorsement of Katherine Miranda
However, Juvinao explains that he has no problem with Miranda, so much so that the colleague supported the statements of the representative for Bogota.
“They have my full support, the tricks they use to silence us are unacceptable. Given the debates and complaints that we have raised before the Congress of the Republic, this is clearly a political persecution and I regret to inform you that the Greens and their independent wing will continue very united in what they do in Congress have to do,” Miranda emphasized.