Jaime Bellolio, the minister general secretary of the government during the second term of former President Sebastian Piñerarequested to be withdrawn, “questioned all grace pensions,” that is, those before given to people with criminal records.
After the Undersecretary of the Interior, Manuel Monsalve, indicated that benefits are provided under a protocol established by the previous government, the former authority asked President Gabriel Boric to “check again. The pensions given are so “there is no false relation.”
“In this case, the gloss that allows these pensions to exist was proposed by the left and then required in its application. In the government of President Sebastián Piñera, pensions are given to people who sign or submit their certification as serious or very serious people,” Bellolio defended.
In that sense, the former minister attacked the government of Gabriel Boric by accusing that they tried “to know that from this it is reasonable that this government provides a higher pension than before, of a person who did not meet the medical records, who the Public Ministry decided not to pursue the charges, and who was also convicted of child pornography. “It just doesn’t stand up to any analysis.”
“Let’s do it. Let the government and the president withdraw all the pensions that have any questions tomorrow, and let the rest be fully re-examined. So that there is no false relationship and the government handles its responsibility,” he requested.