To date, the Attorney General’s Office of Mexico City has five arrest warrants against former officials from various departments of the past administration of Miguel Ángel Mancera.
The most recent is against Jaime Slomianski Aguilar, former head of the defunct Urban Management Agency, for his probable participation in the commission of the crime committed by public servants that caused an economic detriment of approximately 29 million 454 thousand 238 pesos to the public treasury.
There is also Raymundo Collins, former secretary of the Housing Institute, for illegal use of powers and powers, this for an alleged improper purchase of a property for that body.
Likewise, Felipe de Jesús Gutiérrez Gutiérrez, former Secretary of Urban Development and Housing and Edgar Tungüí, former Secretary of Works and Services are wanted by the capital authorities for diverting 48 million pesos of public resources that should have been used for reconstruction after the earthquake of the September 19, 2017.
On the other hand, there are six former officials imprisoned for various diversions of public resources and other crimes, such as Edgar Takahashi Villanueva, former director of Public Works Bidding at the Ministry of Works; Miguel Ángel Vázquez, former undersecretary of Administration and Human Capital of the Ministry of Finance.
As well as Hedilberto “N”, exsubsecretary of Expenditures of Sobse; former heads of the Undersecretariat of Financial Planning, Berenice “G”; from the Directorate of Funds and Securities, José Iván “M”, and from the General Directorate of Financial Administration, Gabriel “R”.