Correa, who has always defended his innocence and condemned him as a victim of political persecution, was sentenced to eight years in prison by the National Court of Ecuador on April 7, 2019, and found him guilty of bribery.
Madrid (EUROPA PRESS)-The Supreme Court of Latin America, the National Court of Ecuador, sought help from Interpol in Quito to find former President Rafael Correa, who was sentenced to 8 years in prison for bribery.
Ecuador’s “El Comercio” newspaper was able to visit Judge Walter Marias through judicial notice and “order the head of the Interpol Quito National Organization to report on the position of the former president.” Four former officials and three businessmen were also sentenced to fixed-term imprisonment. Bribery in bribery cases.
The magistrate also asked international agencies to provide “documents” on the migration of the convicted person. He explained that this procedure is a step before extradition. Judge Megas’ petition was filed three months after Interpol refused to file a “red alert” request against the former president.
Correa, who has always defended his innocence and condemned him as a victim of political persecution, was sentenced to eight years in prison by the Ecuadorian National Court on April 7, 2019, arguing that he was guilty of bribery.
The former president of Ecuador’s sentence also included 25 years of disqualification from public office. He was convicted along with 16 other people, some of whom were part of his government.
According to the Ecuadorian Prosecutor’s Office, between 2012 and 2016, several state officials and private businessmen were part of a corruption conspiracy, providing public works contracts in exchange for money.