Usually the subject ends backfired and the shot, always, goes to the butt to those who deliver speeches against nepotism. That is what happened to the government, given that during the last presidential campaign, rights – in its role as opposition – condemned many officials and advisors of the administration of Michelle Bachelet to get used to living at the expense of the State.
When government changes were made, the media tracked down the families and relatives of Chile Vamos and those who took what positions, which showed that beans were ripe everywhere and beyond professional skills, there were many who, thanks to their family names or family, reached a certain position in Country.
While Interior Minister Andrés Cahdwick was sacked some time due to the fact that his two sons were installed in different positions in the government – one of them actually resigned due to controversy – it was the UDI senator, Juan Antonio Coloma. , is one that has the largest number of relatives installed in the government.
The fact that continues to make a fuss in the UDI sector now, when the party faces tense internal competition to determine its new president – between senator Jacqueline Van Rysselbergue, who will be re-elected, and deputy Javier Macaya- and one of the main promises in the campaign is to restore the mysticism lost to the guild.
Coloma Senator has played all the chips for the Macaya list, where his deputy, Juan Antonio Coloma Álamos, is the secretary general of the community.
Other children and daughter-in-law entered directly and through a large door to La Moneda to sit in the main ministry office. These were Jaime Coloma oslamos, advisor to the Ministry of the Interior, and who received a salary of one million nine hundred thousand pesos, and Francisca Hoffmann – brother of the representative of María José Hoffmann and Mrs. Coloma Islamos deputy – currently serving as consultants to the Ministry of Secretariat General of Government. In the palace also appeared his brother-in-law, Paulina Prohaska, as a Presidential journalist.
To this day, there are two other names that are also included in the Coloma Senator network, this is Tomás Hoffman – brother of the previously mentioned representative – who is the chief of staff of the National Director of Civil Service, Alejandro Weber, the entity operating on Top Public Management, the institution responsible for the appointment of the most desirable positions conveyed by the public sector. There is also the governor of Talca, Felipe Donoso, son-in-law of the senator of UDI.
In this scenario the words of President Sebastián Piñera during the presidential campaign echoed, when he condemned the senator and former DC presidential candidate, Carolina Goic, for the functions carried out by some of his relatives in Bachelet's administration: "Some families have so many public servants, because here it is not because there are representatives or senators, starting to place their brothers, sister-in-law, their families, in the public sector.