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Ordenan instrucción formal con detención a empleados de casa Presidencial durante gobierno de Sánchez Cerén

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El Juzgado Quinto de Paz de San Salvador ordenó este jueves detención formal para cuatro empleadeo casa presidencial, durante el período presidencial de Salvador Sánchez Cerén.

Los cuatro son : Jorge Antonio Revelo Vega, jefe del Estado Mayor Presidencial; Daysi Armida Díaz Álvarez, tesorera institucional de la Presidencia; Manuel Arturo Ayala Orellana, director ejecutivo de la Presidencia; y, Alexander Benítez Peña, propietario del taller Frenos y Más.

Asimismo,  el juez señaló que otros tres procesados sean intimados por este caso, debido a que guardan arresto domiciliar por estar vinculados el caso  penal en contra del expresidente Mauricio Funes.

Los intimados son Francisco Rodríguez Arteaga, ex gerente financiero de la Presidencia; Pablo Gómez, ex asistente financiero de la Presidencia; y, Jorge Alberto Herrera Castellanos, ex tesorero institucional de la Presidencia.

De acuerdo con la Fiscalía General de la República (FGR),  hubo un desvío de fondos  por $183,860,715.02 durante el período presidencial de Salvador Sánchez Cerén. Este dinero, que se encontraba  en la partida presupuestaria de “Gastos Reservados”, fue trasladado a seis cuentas bancarias no autorizadas por la Dirección General de Tesorería del Ministerio de Hacienda.

Por otra parte, la Fiscalía señaló que se desviaron $3,968,547.19, que era parte del donativo de la Embajada de la República de China (Taiwán), a cuentas a supuestos proveedores. Sin embargo, no se estableció el vínculo entre dichas empresas y la presidencia.  

Por este caso, el Ministerio Público presentó una acusación en contra de 18 personas, entre ellas funcionarios, ex empleados y dos empresarios,  por los delitos de peculado y lavado de dinero y activos.

Hasta el momento, once funcionarios se encuentran en calidad de ausentes. Ellos son Salvador Sánchez Cerén, expresidente de la República; José Manuel Melgar Henríquez, exsecretario privado de la presidencia; Edgar Lizama Rivera, jefe del Organismo de Inteligencia del Estado (OIE); Carlos Ernesto Guerrero Ventura, gerente financiero institucional; José Armando Escobar Barillas, jefe de presupuesto de la presidencia; William Oswaldo Vaquero León, colaborador en el Estado Mayor Presidencial (EMP); Carlos Guardado, seguridad del expresidente Cerén y propietario del taller “Box Car”; Arturo Gilberto Alvarado, jefe del EMP; Gregorio Abarca Palacios, empleado del OIE; Carlos Armando Miranda Díaz, pagador auxiliar del EMP; y, José Saúl Osorio Rodríguez, empleado del EMP.

Durante la fase inicial, el juez ordenó reserva total del caso. En cuanto a los 11 imputados ausentes el Juzgado resolverá con vista al requerimiento.

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