Buckley reveals that the former Salvadoran congressman accused of negotiating with the gangs has fled to Honduras
San Salvador, El Salvador
The The President of El Salvador, Najib BukeleHe said Saturday night that Former Salvadoran MP Norman Quijano, Accused of negotiating with gangs to obtain electoral services, he fled to Honduras to avoid arrest by the authorities.
The president’s statements are given in a frame Dismissal of the judges of the Constitutional District As well as Attorney General Raul Millara from the new side Parliment Majority government.
“For the sacked judges to make a decision similar to Norman Quijano’s desire to legislate. Oh no, I already remembered that he fled to Honduras,” Buckley revealed.
El Salvador Prosecutor’s Office Kwijano was charged with criminal charges in court on Saturday for alleged illegal group crimes and electoral fraud while negotiating with organized crime groups.
Former attorney general dismissed Raul Melara He confirmed that the Public Prosecutor’s office processed the arrest warrant against A former deputy from the opposition Republican National Alliance (the square, right).But they received information that he was out of the country.
The Attorney General’s office asked the Legislative Assembly in late January 2020 to revoke Quijano’s constitutional immunity until he faces criminal proceedings, but the request did not reach the necessary votes.
Norman Quijano himself stated on his Twitter account that he is already out of the country taking care of family matters.
“I am out of the country, I am attending a family engagement party, and I plan to return to the country in two days,” the former president said. “I have learned that the attorney general has filed an application against me, based on false accusations.” Congress.