ask for jail for former secretary of the UAEM

The Attorney General’s Office (FGR) asked for a sentence of 12 years in prison for Gerardo Ávila García, former secretary of the rectory of the Autonomous University of the State of Morelos (UAEM), accused of signing a contract that was used to divert 23 million pesos, in the case of the “Master Scam”. According to judicial officials, agents of the FGR presented in writing their accusation against the former secretary of the UAEM before a judge of the Federal Criminal Justice Center of the North Prison, in which they also asked him to sentence him to a 150-day fine. The FGR has sought to carry out the intermediate hearing in which the accusation would be presented orally; however, the diligence was postponed and everything seems to be that it will not be carried out immediately. Read more: AMLO’s electoral reform seeks to dispose of ASSETS The reason is that Ávila García is a fugitive from justice for another accusation of the “Master Scam” and for a crime that merits preventive detention ex officio, which is why he would expose his freedom by going to a diligence. The collaborator of Jesús Alejandro Vera Jiménez, former rector of the UAEM, sought for two years an abbreviated procedure, which would allow him to access a low sentence in exchange for pleading guilty; however, the negotiation never came to fruition. Read more: “It will not happen,” reiterates PRD’s position of Va por México on AMLO’s electoral reformAfter, in November 2020, a judge in Almoloya de Juárez ordered a new arrest for organized crime and money laundering, a commandment that forced him to flee, given that the first crime contemplates informal preventive detention. Since then, the former secretary of the rectory of the UAEM remains a fugitive from justice.  Video. Llaman sells homelands to Carolina Viggiano

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