The San Juan Court This afternoon found the reason for the arrest for the violation Government Ethical Law And this Penal Code Against weight Sandra Torres Lopez, Former President Telecommunication Bureau, Isolated for arranging fundraising activities during business hours for former Governor Ricardo Rochelle.
Former adviser to Torres Lopez, Katherine Eraso Garcia, Who inquired Office of the Committee on Independent Special Advocate (OB)However, he will not face criminal charges once he reaches a cooperation agreement with the intelligence agency.
Eraso Garcia was the main person responsible for the collection for the former president’s campaign.
Surprising twist: Ricardo Rochelle, the former chairman of the collection for the former governor, is collaborating with FEI lawyers, as is Sandra Torres, the former telecoms chairman, for asking for political donations from the companies he regulates. Torres faces three charges. E Telenodicaspr
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Article 4.2 (b) and 4.2 (m) found violations against Torres Lopez, which, respectively, prohibits an officer from exercising his position to obtain an advantage not permitted by law, and he exerts influence over other employees who make political contributions or participate in political activities. The third charge against the former officer is a violation of Section 252 of the Penal Code, which refers to the illegal use of public works or services.
Ofie said Judge Ileana Colon imposed a 000 45,000 bond on Blanco Torres Lopez and an initial hearing is scheduled for April 21 at 10:00 am.
Last Monday, the President PFEI, Naidia Cotto Wives, Expected today that independent special prosecutors would file charges against the former employee and investigate the reason for the arrest.
Obi pointed out that a few months ago, the Department of Justice’s preliminary investigation report asked Torres Lopez at work Excel Lopez Welles, To organize a fundraising campaign for then-Governor Rochelle’s re-election campaign. In addition, he is said to have instructed the trusted staff of the then Telecommunications Regulatory Board to sell the said lockers of the alleged operation between the telecommunications companies regulated by the agency and the contractors of the government agency.