Tuesday , January 31 2023

Mario Rozas did not exclude more generals during Carabineros reconstruction


Newly accepted General Manager of CarabinerosMario Rosaz confirmed that he had been working on rebuilding the organization's Supreme Command, with the exception of leaving more uniform police.

Meanwhile, the former Interior Minister was summoned from the old majority, Andrés Chadwick, To take political responsibility in the procedure ending with the death of the Mapuche comunero Camilo Catrillanca and they did not exclude a breakthrough finally, constitutional charges against it

The new maximum authority of the organization admitted that uniformed police passed through a difficult situation "Work, Work and Work".

General Director Rozas, who took the position of the damage Hermes Sotoconfirming that the organization is preparing for the reconstruction of the Supreme Command, excluding the extradition of more generals.


As for the constitutional prosecution of the opposition and the possible political responsibility of the Executive Authority, La Araucanía Senator Francisco Huenchumilla confirmed that "Mapuche's assemblies and deaths" in all governments. the former New Popular MPs were not "serious".


Head of National Renewal, MP, official Leopoldo Perez, acknowledged that the main constitutional accusation against Chadwick was unfounded and said he expects the appeal to be unsuccessful.


In the Independent Democratic Union, MP Juan Antonio Coloma has said Minister Chadwick "has been reinforced and amended".


Diario Oficial publishes the Soto Walkthrough

Meanwhile, this weekend was published in the Official Gazette, a document demanding the release of Hermes Soto's order by the Interior Ministry and President Piñera.

There's "Carabineros" (old) General Manager Hermes Eugenio Soto Isla, explaining that he was retired. "

In short, in the fourth paragraph, the requirement for extradition requires the Carabineros to restart its order in Chile. Indeed, Carabineros de Chile is in a crisis of possible illegal movements. "

Thus, according to the publication, Soton's decision to remove from the "need for a new management (organization) to deal with existing problems" would be fair.

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