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Subject of not yet identified hacked emails from the Joint Staff of the Chilean Armed Forces and at the moment the extent of the case is unknown and whether the information contained in the messages was sensitive, authorities reported this Wednesday.
That Chilean Ministry of Defense pointed out the sensitivity of the matter by stating in a statement the urgent return of the portfolio holder, Maya Fernandez, to Chile from the United States on behalf of the President Gabriel Boric.
“Given the lack of security of the Joint Chiefs of Staff’s emails, Fernández put his visit to the northern country on hold,” he added.
Fernandez accompanied Borikwho has been in New York since Monday, where he took part in the United Nations General Assembly.
The government ordered an administrative summary to establish appropriate responsibilities for the event and turned over the records to the military judiciary, the defense ministry said.
According to the digital newspaper Interference, A group of hackers “exposed” thousands of emails containing “reserved documents” between 2019 and 2022‘ by the Joint Chiefs of Staff, an advisory body to the armed forces.
Fernandez would come with me Gabriel Boric to an act in new York in which the speech of his grandfather, the ousted President Salvador Allendebefore the UN annual assembly 50 years ago.
Gabriel Boriche admitted in his speech before the UN General Assembly accepting the result of the September 4th referendum in which the Chileans rejected the proposal for a new constitution “with open eyes and hearts” and trusting that the country will be able to draft a new charter “in the short term”. Magna “written in democracy” and able to guarantee “a future of change with stability”.
Borik He reminded that no country is exempt from mobilizations like those that took place during the 2019 “social outburst” that is nearly three years old.
He acknowledged that these demonstrations had “serious episodes of violence” and a “uncontrolled oppressionfrom the security forces, but stressed that they marked the origin of an “intense political process” that continues to this day, an example of “discomfort” and “ennui” that “confused many observers.”
Boric admitted that the Chileans “clearly” rejected this text adding that while he supports the “I agree” option, he does not see the failed referendum as “a defeat in its own right”. “A government must never feel defeated when the people speak out,” he said.
(With information from Associated Press)