The journalist Carlos Loret de Mola assured that last week the Attorney General’s Office (FGR) asked a judge to issue an arrest warrant against the former head of the Treasury in the PRI administration of Peña Nieto, Luis Videgaray, but it was denied.
According to his information, it would be for electoral crimes, bribery, treason and criminal association, all after the statements of the former director of Pemex, Emilio Lozoya.
It adds that the judge denied the order, according to “first-level sources” both in the Judiciary and the FGR.
He points out that the Prosecutor’s Office could rethink his request and insist on obtaining the order.
Exclusive @latinus_us. Last week the FGR asked the judge to issue an arrest warrant against Luis Videgaray for electoral crimes, bribery, treason and criminal association, after statements by Lozoya. The judge denied the order. Details soon in @latinus_us
– Carlos Loret de Mola (@CarlosLoret) November 3, 2020