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AP Interview: Chile president to ask for CIA files

 Chile's President Sebastian Pinera speaks during an interview with The Associated Press in La Moneda government palace in Santiago, Chile, Tuesday, M...
 Chile's President Sebastian Pinera speaks during an interview with The Associated Press in La Moneda government palace in Santiago, Chile, Tuesday, M...
 Chile's President Sebastian Pinera gestures during an interview with The Associated Press in La Moneda government palace in Santiago, Chile, Tuesday,...
 Chile's President Sebastian Pinera works in his office before an interview with The Associated Press in La Moneda government palace in Santiago, Chil...
 Chile's President Sebastian Pinera speaks during an interview with The Associated Press in La Moneda government palace in Santiago, Chile, Tuesday, M...

Chile Pinera

Chile's President Sebastian Pinera speaks during an interview with The Associated Press in La Moneda government palace in Santiago, Chile, Tuesday, M...

Chile Pinera

Chile's President Sebastian Pinera speaks during an interview with The Associated Press in La Moneda government palace in Santiago, Chile, Tuesday, M...

Chile Pinera

Chile's President Sebastian Pinera gestures during an interview with The Associated Press in La Moneda government palace in Santiago, Chile, Tuesday,...

Chile Pinera

Chile's President Sebastian Pinera works in his office before an interview with The Associated Press in La Moneda government palace in Santiago, Chil...

Chile Pinera

Chile's President Sebastian Pinera speaks during an interview with The Associated Press in La Moneda government palace in Santiago, Chile, Tuesday, M...

Chilean President Sebastian Pinera has made his most forceful pledge yet to seek U.S. help in resolving human rights cases.
The promise came in an interview with The Associated Press following President Barack Obama's visit to Chile.
Obama said he'll consider any Chilean request for access to classified U.S. intelligence files that might help judges put dictatorship-era figures on trial.
Pinera says he'll request access to files in hundreds of cases, including the mysterious death of former Chilean President Eduardo Frei Montalva.
Pinera said in the Tuesday interview that he's committed to seeing justice "in all of these human rights cases."


Updated : 2021-04-11 06:02 GMT+08:00