Dissidents of the oil union expand complaint against Romero Deschamps

The complaint against the union leader is for his probable responsibility in the crimes of organized crime, money laundering, evasion and tax fraud, and operations with resources of illegal origin for $ 150 million dollars.

Workers in the oil sector of Mexico filed a complaint against Carlos Romero Deschamps, leader of the Petroleum Workers Union of the Mexican Republic (STPRM).

The complaint filed with the Special Prosecutor’s Office for the Investigation of Organized Crime (SEIDO) of the Office of the Attorney General of the Republic (FGR) against the union leader is due to his probable responsibility in the crimes of organized crime, money laundering, evasion and tax fraud, and operations with resources of illicit origin for 150 million dollars.

According to FOROtv , the workers delivered a document at the SEIDO facilities in Mexico City and explained that it is to follow up on another complaint filed two years ago that includes family members of the union leader and prestanombres ” borowed identities”.

They accused the previous administration of omission of the accusations against Romero Deschamps, although they say that they trust that the new government will act against the union leader for these acts.

The union leader faces the ignorance of his leadership of a good part of its 150,000 represented.

The dissenters, grouped in several dissident organizations, challenged his fourth re-election in office, as well as that of the 36 general secretaries of the sections of that union organization that are loyal to him.

Source: Forbes

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