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19 de Jan de 2021

Nacional

Murcia-Uribe connection

The money was channeled through various businessmen and was later transferred to the Referendum Promotion Committee, which was part of t...

The money was channeled through various businessmen and was later transferred to the Referendum Promotion Committee, which was part of the National Social Unity Party, which carried out the collection of signatures campaign that will support the bill that will allow Uribe to run in 2010.

Murcia, who currently in a Colombian jail accused of running a pyramid scheme and money laundering, said that the he also financed the purchase of t-shirts, hats and pamphlets.

Uribe is looking to modify the constitution for a second time in a referendum to continue his administration that started in 2002.

The former head of the DMG consortium has created havoc from his jail cell in Bogota, saying that he gave money to Panamanian politicians. They vehemently denied links with him. The United States has requested the extradition of Murcia and five of his partners to face charges of money laundering and narco-trafficking.