La denuncia fue encabezada este martes por el intendente Alberto Paredes Urquiza. ¿Los motivos?. La retención indebida de fondos al Municipio de La Rioja, atentar contra la democracia e impedir el funcionamiento de la comuna, entre otros.

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Este martes por la mañana en conferencia de prensa, el intendente Alberto Paredes Urquiza presentó una denuncia penal contra el gobernador Sergio Casas y el ministro de Hacienda, Jorge Quinteros. Acompañaron al jefe comunal el viceintendente Oscar Luna, la diputada nacional Karina Molina, concejales y funcionarios municipales.

La denuncia contra el gobernador es por "retención indebida de fondos, atentar contra la democracia, impedir que funcione un órgano de la democracia como lo es el Municipio de La Rioja" detalló Paredes Urquiza.

Desde la comuna reclaman que el gobierno provincial les adeuda cerca de 330 millones de pesos en concepto de Fondos Coparticipables.

"La Secretaría de Provincia, dependiente del Ministerio del Interior de Nación, verificó los datos y la gravedad de la situación" señaló el intendente.

Paredes Urquiza dijo que "el daño político que el gobernador provoca a mi persona se traslada a los más de 200.000 habitantes de La Rioja" y agregó que la retención de fondos por parte del gobierno provincial es un "grave delito contra los ciudadanos y vecinos" de la capital riojana.

"La cantidad de dinero que se ha apropiado indebidamente el gobernador es indispensable para las obras que no se pueden concretar en nuestra comunidad" continuó el jefe comunal y añadió que "el dinero de los riojanos irá a parar a la campaña política para que Sergio Casas se perpetúe en el poder".

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