Marcelo Catrillanca, the father of the deceased member of the Mapuche community in November 2018, demanded that president Sebastián Piñera "Immediate resignation" from Minister Andrés Chadwick and deputy secretary Rodrigo Ubilli.
Catrillanca came to La Moneda this morning, where he left a letter addressed to the President, in which he attached the conclusions of the report of the Chamber's Inquiry Commission, which ratified the political responsibility for the crime of his son by the so-called "Jungle Command" by Carabineros,
In the letter, Father Camilo Catrillanca warns about it "It is incomprehensible that both Chadwick and Ubilla remain in their functions, openly and publicly involved in the violation of human rights in Mapuche, especially in the "violation of the right to life", as in the case of Camilo Catrillanca. "
"For the right to live in peace, to respect the human rights of the Mapuche people, We demand the resignation of Interior Minister Andrés Chadwick and deputy secretary Rodrigo Ubilli "the letter ends.
Catrillanca also asked Team of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet, be present at the hearing, whose preparatory hearing is scheduled for 9 August.