The Argentine Justice ordered the release of the son of the former mayor of the capital of Ecuador but prohibited him from leaving the country

The moment of Yunda’s arrest

After being detained this Wednesday by Interpol personnel at the entrance of the Italian Hospital, Sebastian Yunda, son of Jorge Yunda, former mayor of Quito, Ecuador, accused of illicit association by the justice of his country, He was released by order of Federal Court No. 10 of Comodoro Py, in charge of Judge Julián Ercolini, and federal prosecutor Paloma Ochoa.

According to judicial sources explained to Infobae, the crime he is accused of is exempt from prison, but in the same way He was banned from leaving the country and his passport was withheld. In addition, his refugee status is pending in Argentina. Thus, Yunda, who had an Interpol red alert on him since last November, will continue the criminal process in freedom.

“We inform the public that Sebastián Yunda, son of the former mayor of Quito, wanted in 194 countries, was located and detained today in Buenos Aires, Argentina “, reported the Ministry of Government of Ecuador in a statement released on his social networks, when he was arrested at the entrance to the Italian Hospital, in the Buenos Aires neighborhood of Almagro.

The Ecuadorian entity had highlighted the international cooperation between the Police of Ecuador and that of Argentina, in compliance with a red notice launched by Interpol.

The son of the former capital mayor, along with seven other people, is accused of allegedly commit the crime of illicit association given that in telephone conversations with Sebastián Yunda, possible acts of corruption were detected within the municipality of Quito.

For his part, former mayor Jorge Yunda reacted to the arrest of his son, whom he defended, claiming that “Not a single penny has been stolen.”

“The hatred and human misery of a political class that is dismissing the country persecute us, with what I want, not with the family, miserable”, He denounced.

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Reference-www.infobae.com

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