The secretary of the Environment portfolio, Adrián Peña, considered as “timely” the questioning by the opposition to the ministers of the Interior and Foreign Affairs, Luis Alberto Heber and Francisco Bustillo respectively, for the case of drug trafficker Sebastián Marset, and everything that surrounds the issuance of your passport.
“The interpellation seems timely, pertinent,” he told Underlined this Saturday 20th and added: “It is the opportunity for all citizens to know exactly what happened. We were informed first-hand, especially in the case of the vice-chancellor who forms our sector (Carolina Ache Batlle)».
Peña said that Ache “from the first moment” explained “how the steps had been.” “There is what she has already publicly communicated about how certain situations had occurred and her non-linkage, as she stated, to any process that had to do with the issuance of that passport,” she added.
“The instance of Monday the 22nd is going to enrich everyone, since in Parliament there are the representatives of the population elected by the Republic in democracy and that is where they have to give explanations,” Peña said, adding that “You have to have corrective actions in terms of formal procedures so that situations of this type that are clearly not good are not repeated.