FA will question ministers Bustillo and Heber for irregularities in the delivery of passport to Marset

FA will question ministers Bustillo and Heber for irregularities in the delivery of passport to Marset


Ministers Bustillo and Heber will be questioned by the FA.
Ministers Bustillo and Heber will be questioned by the FA.

The senator of the Broad Front Liliam Kechichian reported this Monday, August 15, after the bench meeting, that the opposition decided to question Ministers Bustillo and Heber in order to give explanations about “irregularities that occurred in the delivery of a Uruguayan passport to Sebastián Marset ”.

Kechichian said that it is an episode that has many dark points that the FA intends to clarify. “It seems to us a highly sensitive issue.”

“We are concerned about the process of delivering a passport to a person who had a false passport, but there are also a number of episodes that we have been seeing that greatly concern us,” he added.

The legislator stressed that the Foreign Ministry is responsible for delivering the passports and the Ministry of the Interior for providing information. “Many things failed and Uruguay is left very badly off.”

Kechichian also stated that the government intends to make believe that a decree by the Broad Front government made the delivery of passports more flexible, but it is quite the opposite.

The controversial decree

From the current administration it is indicated that the passport to Marset was granted in compliance with decree 129/014, of May 2014, which approves the regulations for issuing passports.

Article 29 of said decree establishes that for the issuance of a common passport to Uruguayans abroad, consultation of judicial records in Uruguay will be required.

According to the Executive, the National Directorate of Scientific Police to the National Directorate of Civil Identification (DNIC) determined that Marset did not have open cases in the Uruguayan Justice, because the ones he had had been closed.

They also indicated that “there were no requisitions or red alert from abroad on Marset, and that” it was only on March 7, 2022 that Interpol Paraguay requested his capture.

In October 2013, Marset Cabrera was prosecuted and convicted as “co-author criminally responsible for three crimes of illicit drug trafficking in the form of organization and as co-author in two of them.” He served a sentence in Uruguay, was released in 2018 and settled in Paraguay, then moved to Dubai where he was arrested for carrying a false Paraguayan passport, but in January 2022 Uruguay granted him a Uruguayan passport.

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