According to Beforeitsnews.com:
Jorge Mario Bergoglio, SJ (born December 17, 1936) is an Argentine cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church. He has served as the Archbishop of Buenos Aires since 1998. He was elevated to the cardinalate in 2001. He was elected Pope on March 13, 2013, taking the papal name Francisco.
On April 15, 2005, a human rights lawyer filed a criminal complaint against Bergoglio, accusing him of conspiring with the junta in 1976 to kidnap two Jesuit priests, whom he, as superior of the Society of Jesus of Argentina in 1976, had asked to leave their pastoral work following conflict within the Society over how to respond to the new military dictatorship, with some priests advocating a violent overthrow. Bergoglio’s spokesman has flatly denied the allegations. No evidence was presented linking the cardinal to this crime.
As a member of the Society of Jesus, of whom the leader is often called the black pope, does he fulfill the role as ‘Petrus Romanus’?
The Jesuit Order is an absolute monarchy. Their general, “the Black Pope” rules for life. The pattern of their own Order has molded their thinking about all other political structures, including, but not confined to, the Vatican.