The UDI is evaluating traveling to Argentina in order to accelerate the formalities related to the extradition of Galvarino Apablaza, accused as the mastermind of the crime of Jaime Guzmán.

Since the arriving of Macri to the power, the UDI assured that the negotiations for the extradition of Apablaza have been progressed.

The general secretary of the party, Guillermo Ramírez, said that with the new Argentinian president the facilities to concrete the process have increased.

The vice president of the party, Juan Antonio Coloma, confirmed that they are evaluating the possibility to travel to Argentina to accelerate the extradicion process.

On Sept. 30th of 2010, the ex-president of Argentina, Cristina Fernández, gave to Apablaza political asylum, arguing that “justice isn’t fair and wasn’t prepared to punish him”.