In the case of the former candidate for governor of Quintana Roo, Mauricio gongora, a judge ruled that there is no risk of escape, for which he granted the benefit of house arrest.
Góngora, promoted in 2016 by the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) to lead the state of Quintana Roo, left the detention center in Carmen Beach on Saturday, August 8, 2020, according to information from Universal.
Mexican media reported that whoever the mayor of Solidarity, obtained the modification of its precautionary measure in only one of the prison connections dictated to it.
Góngora must continue the judicial process at home, according to information officially recovered by the correspondent Adriana Varillas.
In addition, it was revealed through the newspaper The journey that the judge granted mixed-type home liquidation. The measure will allow you to attend your private business, a confectionery, on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays. The rest of the week you will stay at your home.
Cinthya Osorio de Góngora, wife of the former civil servant, wrote a message on social media and received a lot of congratulationssince Mauricio Góngora’s return to his home.
“When you visualize your dreams with deep love and anticipated gratitude, trusting that it will be at the perfect moment, in the most perfect way and you maintain that Inner state without abandoning it, there is no other possibility for you to see your dream manifested before your eyes, and when You live it, the only thing that comes to you is to smile and thank deeply. Faith is to believe with absolute certainty in what is still visible ”, he wrote on Facebook.
Góngora was arrested in Mexico City on January 25, 2018. According to the Las Luces del Siglo website, the former officer faces an investigation for the alleged 155 million pesos deviation.
On the other hand, He is accused of allegedly going bankrupt the municipality of Solidaridad for 594 million pesos during his tenure ahead of the demarcation in the period from 2013 to 2016.
Absence and irregular performance of public service are the crimes that Mauricio Góngora would face.
On the other hand, recently, after the arrest of Emilio Lozoya, It was revealed that Góngora would have signed up to 9 receipts of 200 million pesos for his campaign for governor of Quintana Roo. Lozoya Austin, former head of Petróleos Mexicanos, reportedly gave the money to Roberto Borge.
It should be noted that Mauricio Góngora served as Finance and Planning Secretary for Quintana Roo between 2011 and 2013, during the term of then governor Roberto Borge Angulo, who is also facing legal proceedings.
Borge, who ruled he state of Quintana Roo from 2011 to 2016 by the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), was captured in June 2017 at Panama City International Airport when he was about to board a flight to Paris.
Roberto Borge is now on trial by the Special Prosecutor’s Office to Combat Corruption for the crime of probable illicit use of power, probable irregularity in the exercise of public function and embezzlement for the sale of 10 properties at a price below their value, according to El Universal.
Mexican media also reported that, on the part of the Attorney General’s Office, Borge would face prosecution for his probable responsibility on the operations commission with resources of illicit origin.
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