United States draws a line to report corruption in Central America
Do you have information about people in El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras who have used the United States financial system to transfer money or launder money as a result of criminal activity? If so, please contact us, the US prosecutor said yesterday.
Joe Biden government announced Creation of a hotline to report allegations of corruption in these three countries against which it considers important to address the causes of irregular migration From Central America to the United States.
“Corruption and impunity in the region undermine democracy, encourage migration and threaten national security,” said Kenneth Polite, deputy attorney general for the Justice Department’s criminal division.
Potential acts of corruption or wrongful movements of capital can be reported to the FBI at the email address Combien[email protected], in both English and Spanish, he explained.
The information will then be investigated by the Northern Triangle Anti-Corruption Task Force, which was launched by the US Prosecutor’s Office in June as part of a task assigned by Biden to Vice President Kamala Harris to address the growing influx of undocumented immigrants to South America. had gone. Limit.
According to a statement, the group will have to determine whether it has any jurisdiction with the United States to investigate, prosecute and ultimately return the stolen property to Salvador, Guatemalan and Honduran.
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