They “finally” see they want to break up the Dream Team. #desperation
- By : James Bryson
- Category : Politics
The Court of Honor and Discipline of the Cambio Democrático (CD) party admitted a complaint against the deputy Yanibel Ábrego, for collaboration in the political promotion of another political party.
The complaint was filed by Rafael Ponce González, in his capacity as a member of the group, and is based on article 135, numerals 1, 2 and 3, which refer to expulsion.
The opening of the process was through the prosecutor’s hearing on December 23, 2022 and it was ordered to practice the evidence presented that “lead by the parties within the term established by the party’s statute,
The Court of Honor will receive the statement of the deputy Yanibel Ábrego, as read in the edict published on January 4, 2023.
Numeral one of article 135 states that collaboration in the political promotion of another or other parties, or of candidates from other parties, without the prior authorization of the Political Commission or the National Board of Directors, or the formation of blocs or temporary or permanent parliamentary political pacts in contradiction with the directives given by the Party or without the permission of the head of the Party Bank.
Ábrego has been meeting with the president of the Realizando Meta party, Ricardo Martinelli.
The second point of cause for expulsion is that the public action is contrary to the principles, the program, the statute or the fundamental interests of Cambio Democrático, or contrary to the guidelines agreed by the National Convention, the Board of Directors
National or the National Board of Directors, of the nominal president of the Party and the National Political Commission.
And finally, causal is due to the serious or repeated violation of the principles, of the statute of the collective.
This is the second process that has been initiated against Deputy Ábrego. The first ended with an expulsion, but in the second instance, in the Electoral Tribunal, the measure was revoked, for violating the mandate revocation process.