Former director of the oil company Pemex Emilio Lozoya came to Mexico from Spain on the morning of Friday, from where he was extradited to be tried in two cases for crimes involving illegal association, bribery and operations involving illegal origin.
Lozoya has landed at Mexico City’s international airport, where he was awaited by staff from the Mexican Attorney General’s Office, the El Sol de México newspaper reports. A prison is being relocated from the capital of the Latin American country.
Out of curiosity, the former director of Pemex from Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas airport traveled in a Challenger 605 aircraft, which is included in the package of the aircraft auctioned by the government of Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
The Mexican President referred to the Lozoya case this Thursday and said that since the Attorney General’s office will accept him, he is required to report on the investigation.