UDI will take deputy Maite Orsini to Ethics commission after “telephone” to Carabineros: they seek to “know whether or not there was undue pressure”

The bench of the Independent Democratic Union (UDI) confirmed that they will send a request to the Ethics Commission to analyze the “telephone” made by Deputy Maite Orsini (RD) to the general of Carabineros, Karina Soza.
The information was delivered by Deputy Jorge Alessandri (UDI), who sent the letter to the Ethics and Transparency Commission of the Chamber of Deputies to thoroughly investigate the phone call that the parliamentarian had with the director of Human Rights and Protection of the Family of Carabineros, General Karina Soza Muñoz.
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“The UDI bench has agreed to make a request to the Ethics Commission so that it can know of the facts that both the press and Deputy Orsini herself have denounced. That he can investigate these facts and summon the general of Carabineros, Karina Soza, and someone else involved who seems so to the commission,” Alessandri said.
The above, so that “I can rule, communicate, if in that behavior there was something that lacked ethics or not. The UDI caucus does not interfere in anyone’s private life, but at the moment there is a phone call from an elected authority to a state official, we want to know whether or not there was undue pressure within that conversation,” concluded the parliamentarian.

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