CHETUMAL, Q. Roo — The crackdown on allegedly corrupt former officials in the administration of ex-Gov. Roberto Borge Angulo continues in Quintana Roo.
Last week, officials arrested Mauricio Rodríguez Marrufo, former Secretary of Urban Development and Housing (Seduvi), for malfeasance and material damages to the state valued at 39 million pesos (US $2.7 million).
García held the undersecretary’s position at Seduvi before replacing Rodríguez at its helm.
Quintana Roo Attorney General Miguel Ángel Pech Cen declared on the weekend that more former officials of the Borge administration were to be arrested this week.
But Claudia Romanillos Villanueva is protected by an amparo, or injunction, which prevented authorities from arresting her.
She is suspected of selling off valuable pieces of land in several regions of the state.
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