A new congressman joins the list of “mocha salary.” This is José Arriola Tueros, spokesman for the Acción Popular bench, who not only asked the workers in his office for economic “contributions”, but even made them sign affidavits proving that they were “volunteers”.
A Fourth Power report revealed this modality to ask for tithes. Thus, the statement of the technician from Arriola’s parliamentary office, Carlos Franco Valenzuela Abanto, was disseminated, who gave S / 1, 323 according to the published document.
The declaration highlights that these contributions are given “voluntarily and freely – without any type of coercion” and that they would be used solely for social support for people in poverty and extreme poverty.
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These “donations” would also have been given by the assistant Fernando Portal Obregón; the technician Mario García Quispe; the assistant Óscar Terán Chinguel; and adviser Carmelo Zaira Rojas.
Arriola Tueros ruled out having received money from his workers, despite the document. Although he acknowledges that “the tenor” of said affidavit is to receive these contributions, he pointed out that no worker has given him money.
“I have never received a single sun from any worker, let it be very clear. Someone tell me, well, prove it, ”he said to the aforementioned Sunday.
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