After more than six hours of explaining to the prosecutor on the case of the ghost items, the former incumbent mayor of Santa Cruz de la Sierra Angélica Sosa left the building and avoided speaking to the press.
Xerxes Justiniano, a lawyer for the former agency, told the Santa Cruz media that his client would not make any public statements. He also pointed out, quoted by Unitel, that his client had left documents on the administrative procedure for drawing up the contract, payroll and payment of salaries in the office of the mayor of Santa Cruz.
Sosa, who was summoned as a witness, arrived at the prosecutor’s office at around 10 a.m. and left after 4:30 p.m.
Alleged phantom objects that would have caused economic damage are examined. The main participant is the former HR manager Antonio Parada, who has already left the country.