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The Comptroller’s Office requests a statement from the Attorney General regarding the delivery of gloss information to assembly members – 2024-04-03 09:11:51

2024-04-03 09:11:51

The Comptroller’s Office requested a statement from the State Attorney General’s Office (PGE) on whether or not to provide assembly members with personal information of citizens and legal entities that maintain files, administrative responsibilities, glosses, reinstatement orders or reports with Indications of Responsibility. Criminal, as a result of the special examinations carried out by this control entity.

The president of the Oversight Commission, Fernando Villavicencio (Ind.), requested information on which of these files are final or in process against thirty assembly members.

The organization announced this decision this Monday, September 6, 2021, after the president of the Oversight Commission, Fernando Villavicencio (Ind.), requested information about which of these files are final or in process against thirty assembly members.

Villavicencio accused the head of the Comptroller’s Office, Carlos Riofrío, of “covering up alleged actions of corruption”, something that the official rejected with the argument that this entity “carries out technical work in strict respect of the Constitution, the laws in force and the due process”.

The Comptroller’s Office assured that “immediately after the Attorney General’s statement, a response will be made regarding the information requested” by Assemblyman Villavicencio.

For the Comptroller’s Office, he noted, “the requested personal data is kept confidential by virtue of the fact that the administrative acts, generated by this control body, are in the process of judging accounts, which allows the audited natural or legal persons the right to exercise their defense in the corresponding administrative and judicial instances.”

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