The Prosecutor’s Office considers that the son of the president of Colombia committed the crime of illicit enrichment

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The Colombian Prosecutor’s Office considered this Tuesday that Nicholas Petro Burgoseldest son of Colombian President Gustavo Petro, committed the crime of illicit enrichment in the allegations of the public hearing to impute charges that is being carried out in Bogota.

“There is no doubt that you are immersed in the conduct of illicit enrichment of a public servant,” the first prosecutor delegated to the president told the son of the Superior Court of BogotaMario Burgos.

The prosecutor questioned this Tuesday the expenses and income of Petro Burgos, arrested last Saturday in Barranquilla together with his ex-wife Daysuris Vásquez, for the possible crime of money laundering and illicit enrichment.

According to the prosecutor, Petro Burgos, who is Deputy of the Assembly of the Department of the Atlantichad in the last two years income of 220 million pesos (about 54,000 dollars at today’s exchange rate), but spent 1,600 million pesos (almost 399,000 dollars).


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