The Santiago archbishop referred to his decision to remain silent after his appeal to deposit cases of cover in the Catholic Church.
The archbishop of Santiago, Ricardo Ezandi, reappeared in public opinion after he remained silent after the summons to testify for cases of cover in the Catholic Church and argued that the background of the court was not his.
The cardinal appeared at the inauguration of the restoration of the La Viñita church in Recoleta, where he claimed that "I declare that when I had the background for which they want to interrogate me, I will. Unfortunately, the precedents that were delivered were not mine, they had given the precedents of the metropolis Rancagua and not mine."
This is after Ezzati's defense of his rejection of cases of abuses within the Catholic Church.
According to the slogan Partnership, in early October the cardinal was called to testify before the prosecutor Emilio Arias, so he called for the dismissal and decided to use the right to remain silent.
The archbishop was also called for August 21st, but the defense asked to be postponed, saying they should review the record.
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