Prosecutor’s Office requests that you deliver bank statements

The investigation for alleged illegal acts as tax fraud committed by the former mayor of Viña del Mar Virginia Reginato had an important step.

According to what was published by Ciper Chilethe Prosecutor’s Office ordered the Economic Crimes Investigative Brigade of the PDI (Bridec) that request that you voluntarily hand over your bank statements from the years 2010, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020.

This, in the middle of the proceedings against the UDI activist behind the complaint filed by the current communal leader of the Garden City, Macarena Ripamonti (RD), for possible tax fraud in the millionaire compensation paid by the Municipal Corporation during Reginato’s administration.

“The complaint denounces millionaire disbursements from the fiscal coffers for the payment of settlements to three former officials of the Municipal Corporation of Viña del Mar, among them, Claudio Boisier, former manager of the corporation and former municipal administrator,” indicated the aforementioned medium.

“According to the complaint, Boisier was general manager of the corporation from March 2009 to April 2018, the month in which he submitted his voluntary resignation -by mutual agreement between the parties-, which led to the payment of compensation of almost $77 million. After that he became the municipal administrator,” he adds.

In addition to Boisier, they are mentioned in the complaint Rodrigo Macuada Murrayformer administrator of the Santa Inés cemetery and Patricia Colarte Troncosoformer Director of Education.

It is worth remembering that in 2021, Virginia Reginato (UDI) was dismissed as councilor from Viña del Mar by “notable neglect of duties” due to the $17.5 billion deficit during her tenure as mayor, also being disqualified from holding public office for five years.

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