translated from Spanish: Natalia Compagnon: “I don’t think I exposed the president”

Natalia Compagnon, daughter-in-law of former President Michelle Bachelet, addressed details of the Caval case in TVN’s “It’s Time” and said she was not responsible for the ex-government’s fate once the business that generated the controversy was revealed.” I can take care of the things I did, the construction that was built up in relation to a private-to-private business. What I can’t take care of is that there are things that were about the government. There are different legs that one would have to address, it was a reformist government, which within the government had detractors… on the one hand there is this that the same coalition of government was not ordered, there is a major communication problem, our case was used to be able to ask the government… and an opposition that also used us a little bit to downthe picture that the president had, ” said Compagnon, who added that “I don’t think I exposed the president”. Compagnon, consulted by space panelists, said there were “many people behind this operation, I don’t know if there could be a political operation, if not many molecules that came together to put together this operation, from all sectors. When you’re part of a government, the least you can ask for is loyalty and there were people who weren’t loyal to the president.””Rodrigo Peñailillo (Bachelet’s former interior minister),” Bachelet’s daughter-in-law replied, when asked by who she considered to have been disloyal to the government. “I think he manipulated the situations a little bit, When we were in Caburgua and we decided to go back to Santiago, we talked to him and he didn’t want to see us, he didn’t want to meet and he had us locked in the house for two days. until he wanted to get together. The day he came to my house was the day Sebastian (Dávalos) was going to quit. Rodrigo said afterwards that he had never seen the waiver,” he deepened. “From day one, José Antonio Gómez, who was defense minister, said that this was a problem between private ones and he (Peñailillo) allowed there to be a controld matter. When he went to my house and we said ‘hey we were waiting for you two days ago… ‘I couldn’t’, there intentional note, I think he thought he could control the press,” added Caval’s ex-partner.In the conversation, Compagnon said that the former interior minister’s performance “was not to harm me. He betrayed him or made a little dizzy on power. His mission was to work with the government, to defend the President, he was a minister of state and I think he did not fulfill his role“. Sebastian Dávalos’ wife also said that the former interior minister felt “envy” of her husband, who in her opinion, having the son of the Mandataria working nearby (Dávalos was sociocultural director of La Moneda) made her “noise” and raised that “you can’t compete with a child.” Compagnon also reflected on the consequences of the case and said that “a friend told me it’s better to look corrupt than to be a traitor. I don’t feel corrupt, but less would be a traitor“.” The mea culpa we all do, if I did a mea culpa but not because I had done something that did not correspond, in the business itself, it was a clean business, that passed through all the institutions that had to pass, it was completely seen for everything ” the mea culpa is to have more eye on the people you hang out with,” said Bachelet’s daughter-in-law, who added that “you had a scenario where the perfect storm was set up, where we had a case, a business that was misused, there was a political scenario that allowed it to come together different factors, a government that was under attack.” BusinessOn the business for the land that gave rise to the case, Compagnon said that “I was never friends with Andronic Luksic” and assured that after Caval did the studies for a real estate project, the person who commissioned the studies gave up. So, ‘they offer us this famous terrain, which was less than a mile where we were projecting everything.’ Let’s see if a mile beyond you can do the same.” And indeed the same could be done.” “There are three great myths: The first thing is that they wanted to make a land use change, it was never in our plans, because the owner of those lands, if he had, would have cost three times as many. What was being done was a real estate development. There is a strip of roadside, which was 4 hectares, which are called equipment area, that allows to make commercial developments, we think health issues, a hotel, the needs that were in the area, with the same law you could make a mirror, you no longer had 4 you had 8 hectares. A land-use change was never served to us, so what was perfect,” he said. Regarding the meeting with Luksic, Compagnon reiterated that he met the employer at that appointment and that he was informed by e-mail. “Sebastian didn’t talk, I said what I had to say, they knew the grounds and then it was given as an ordinary business where we had to go through different stages until credit was achieved,” he said. Regarding the credit, the one he said was rejected in two committees and approved in a third after modifications to the project, Compagnon said that “it is one thing to the money with which you start society, another the level of turnover and another if the land had the necessary value to constitute collateral“. Compagnon also lashed out at the investigation and reiterated that he had pressure from the regional prosecutor of Rancagua, Emiliano Arias, who according to his version, offered to instill Inculcans Sebastian Dávalos, “again I was told that there were pictures of my husband with another woman , which were… photos that never existed.”What they wanted was to put pressure on the president to do harm because what they were looking for was to destabilize the government.“He added.Family situation“The case was a tremendous thing, I described it as a tsunami to the people close to it. He catches the wave, turns you, throws you in the background… wipe smashes with your personal relationships, your family, and when the wave is in retreat, there’s very little left. You have to start looking for how your life is going to go on,” Compagnon said of the effects of the case on family life. She also said that the first two years she was not leaving her house, fearing that people would face her in the street. “When I went to testify I was treated badly and beaten, but we knew it was a group hired to put this boche togetherCaval’s ex-partner said.In the television space, Compagnon said that “we are like any family that has a tremendous crisis, a tsunami as I called it, which obviously hits you, but the fundamental thing is that we are a family and the important thing is the children and all we play so that the children are at their best.” On the conditions under which his relationship with former President Bachelet remained, Compagnon responded carefully and said that it is “like any person with his mother-in-law, who is also outside Chile”.” Of course these are difficult times for the family, but always trying to make things walk well, be calm, it’s hard because she lives outside the country. Our private life has always been careful, and I don’t think it’s appropriate to talk about it.” Regarding the image he believes was left of her after the case, Compagnon assured that public opinion “sees me as the construction they have put together from me, like the bad one, as the culprit of the government debacle, as a creation after 5 years.”I look like I am, that I am a mom, daughter, friend, that I have family, I still look in the mirror and I do not get disgusted. I know what I did and what I didn’t do and with that I live peacefully. To my judge for what I did and I have always had peace of mind because I know the things I did. I can assure you that there are people who look in the mirror and can’t resist their eyes. I sleep peacefully”..” You have to face things, as I said on the first day, you have to face it, I’ve always been willing to face things. I didn’t do anything to have to leave this country.”Raised. In the midst of the interview, Compagnon said that his mother was disassociated from The Junji, during the government of Sebastián Piñera, at the express request of the Ministry of Education, “because they asked to remove the consuegra of Michelle Bachelet”. “I heard from the press”In a round of quick questions, Compagnon maintained that he would not launch himself with a political career, and before the consultation of whether he feels “carerraja,” he replied with a “no.”. Faced with alternatives to whether i had registered the mark “I found out by the press”, to make commercial success had been a mistake or a good chance, Bachelet’s daughter-in-law responded with the last alternative.

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