Government rules out “political action” in Temucuicui and PDI denies violation of girl’s rights | National

Rocío Cuminao Rojas | UNO Agency


Wednesday’s session of the Human Rights Commission of the Chamber of Deputies had a tense end.

In the instance, the police operation that ended with a dead PDI official and with questions against the civil police by the treatment given to the daughter of Camilo Catrillanca, who that day awaited the reading of the sentence of the murder of the community member in Temucuicui.

In the instance, the Minister of the Interior, Rodrigo Delgado, ruled out a political background in the procedure and that it will seek to adjust the dates with the sentence of the case.

“If someone here wants to link that it was a maneuver and that it was a strategy to be able to do it the same day of the verdict of the Catrillanca case, I assure you that you are absolutely wrong, “he said.

For his part, the director of the PDI, Héctor Espinosa, denied that he wants to criminalize the Mapuche peopleRather, everything was generated from an order to investigate drug trafficking, in which raids, he detailed, USI-type weapons were found and ruled out that the Human Rights of Catrillanca’s daughter were violated.

In her presentation, the Defender for Children, Patricia muñoz, stressed that there is no questioning of the use of force itself, but rather of its use in an illegitimate manner, which he called for sanction.

At the same time, the communist deputy Carmen Hertz submitted a request for a special session to be held in the Chamber on January 20 to review this case and learn details of the operation.


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