Congress summoned the Army's commander-in-chief to clarify the situation


For the next Tuesday, November 27 the emergency summons is scheduled for the Chamber and Senate of the Minister of Defense, Alberto Espinaand the commander-in-chief of the Army, Ricardo Martínez, Clarify the situation by which the institution passes.

This week, an audio interview was leaked from an interview with 900 officers of the Military School, in which General Martinez acknowledged that officers of the institution sold arms to drug trafficking groups. He also asked to protect with "teeth and teeth" the military pension system.

There are a number of reactions in the political sector. The deputy and member of the National Defense Commission of the Chamber, Jaime Tohá (PS) not only do you have to condemn.

"We can not politically condemn these situations and we have to politically take them seriously and seek a solution to these situations"

Meanwhile, his partner Marcelo Schilling (PS) He referred to the general's statements about the pension system and said that "these words, as explained, were inspired by the purpose of inspiring a certain commotion in the army officers so that they could not continue committing and protecting irregularities. I'll keep this part of the glass half full."

Deputy UDI: Excuses are not enough

From the UDI, the Álvaro Carter, also a member of the Defense Commission, "the apologies offered by the commander in chief are sufficient in the political sense, but in the sense of the people not. How is it possible that only your records have been known by a filtered recording?"

"People in towns who know that there are weapons of war will continue to suffer, and that has another advantage: Are the Carabineros prepared to face such weapons? It is highly likely that"he questioned.

Meanwhile, the president of the union, the senator Jacqueline Van Rysselberghe, lowered the profile a little to the situation and ensured that although "not the best way it occurred, through leaks," the general would likely deliver the record to the Public Prosecution Service.

"No one can think that when you have a meeting with 800 people, none of them speak or filter the background. I imagine that since he made this meeting, he intended to provide the background to the Prosecutor's Office"he assured her.


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