Colombia seeks Interpol red notice against María del Pilar Hurtado
Hurtado is requested by the Colombian justice on allegations of espionage against political parties and judges under President Alvaro Uribe Vélezz (Photo Archive)

The Office of Colombia this Saturday asked Interpol international arrest order with red notice against the former Director of the Administrative Department of Security (DAS), María Pilar Hurtado; for alleged involvement in espionage cases during the government of Alvaro Uribe Vélez.Esta information was released by Colombian media that reveal information on the application; corresponding to the arrest warrant issued by the Superior Court of Bogota in 2011; then refused to meet the exfuncionaria as asylum; condition recently annulled by the Constitutional Court of Colombia Panamá.Autoridades insist on the arrest warrant red notice because the argument presented by Interpol three years ago was invalid; therefore urge the agency to order capture within that country or elsewhere of mundo.Hurtado is requested by the Supreme Court as part of the investigations into the case of espionage carried out by the secret services of the country representatives political parties, judges; among others, during the government of president Uribe.Respecto this issue, the elected president of Panama, Juan Carlos Varela, reiterated that he will ask the Foreign Ministry of the country to review the case of being asked for justice colombiana.De accordance with reviewed by the local media, Hurtado faces charges of embezzlement and misappropriation, falsification of public documents, abuse of public office, unlawful violation of communications and conspiracy.