«Justice has requested the report Scicluna, and the information that we have is that the Vatican will to» deliver», said President Sebastián Piñera, referring to the report prepared by the Special Envoy of the Francis Pope, Monsignor Charles Scicluna, in relation to cases of sexual abuse committed to the interior of the Catholic Church in Chile. In this sense, the President was compliant with the process headed by the public prosecutor, who requested the document containing the statements of 64 victims. In this sense, Pinera said that «the Government course that has a relationship with the Vatican State to State, and what we propose is that the evidence relating to crimes committed in Chile is investigated by the courts, and therefore the» courts cannot make no distinction», he told Channel 13. Even, it concurred with the possibility that the investigation is should «pave a home or religious institution to find relevant evidence to investigate a crime of atrocious child abuse». On the other hand, the President confirmed the appointment of the chaplain of La Moneda, although declined to reveal his name, indicating that «they will know next week. (…) When one names the chaplain of La Moneda, one proposes the name to the Archbishop of Santiago and he has to approve it, so by respect and deference and comply with a standard, we are going to wait «, he concluded.