Government holds diplomatic talks with Panama to secure the return of Guillermo Parada.  to facilitate

The Bolivian government is holding diplomatic talks with Panama to organize the return of Guillermo Parada, one of those implicated in the case of the ghost objects belonging to the Santa Cruz mayor’s office.

“We are in diplomatic talks to see extradition or deportation or some other legal entity that will allow us to return this issue to the Bolivian people, introduce ourselves and submit a report to the judiciary,” said Government Minister Eduardo del Castillo.

As for Antonio Parada, the minister indicated that “he would still be in Brazil” but the official report from the neighboring country is awaiting.

Guillermo Parada was arrested in Panama this afternoon while trying to travel to the United States.

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This Thursday, Interpol activated the red stamp for the arrest and extradition of the Parada brothers in the case of the alleged 800 ghost items belonging to the Santa Cruz Mayor’s Office.

On December 21, the Parada brothers officially and voluntarily appeared at the Brazilian Federal Police in Corumbá to seek refuge, arguing that they were the victims of police and judicial persecution in Bolivia without giving them the right to a defense.

The State Ministry issued an arrest warrant for both of them on December 6th.

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