Minister Urrejola Removed Her Chief of Staff After Private Audio Leak: She Was Transferred to the Foreign Ministry’s Division of Cultures

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs finalized the removal of the chief of staff of Minister Antonia Urrejola, Carola Muñoz, and transferred her to the Division of Cultures, Arts, Heritage and Public Diplomacy of the Foreign Ministry, where she will begin her functions on April 1.
The change comes after the controversy generated as a result of the leak from the Foreign Ministry itself of an audio of a private meeting, where they talked, in an informal tone, regarding various national and international authorities. This earned Urrejola numerous criticisms, who at that time gave up resigning from office.
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Carola Muñoz was part of the people who were summoned to testify by the Prosecutor’s Office to seek to clarify the circumstances in which the meeting took place and whether or not the people who participate in it were aware that it was being searched.
As confirmed by the Foreign Ministry, the position of chief of staff of Minister Antonia Urrejola will be occupied from April 1 by Minister Counselor Felipe Cousiño, who currently serves as Head of the Division of International and Human Security of the Foreign Ministry.

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