Elvis Vergara, spokesman for the LAMP caucus, indicated in a memorandum that the presence of Karol Paredes at the meeting of his parliamentary group was “mandatory ”.
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Elvis Vergara, spokesman for the LAMP bench, indicated in an official letter that the presence of Karol Paredes at the meeting of his parliamentary group was “mandatory.” (Photo: Congress)
Congressman Elvis Vergara, spokesman for the Acción caucus Popular and implicated in the 'Los Niños' case, he asked the president of the Ethics Commission and a member of his party, Karol Paredes, to explain the investigation against him in your parliamentary group meeting.
Through a letter sent to the members of his caucus, he indicated that the meeting would take place today, Friday, July 1, in the office assigned to Popular Action and that the presence of Paredes Fonseca was “mandatory”.
In addition, the head of the Ethics Commission had to explain the actions to be taken due to the statements of the first vice president of Congress, Lady Camones(Alliance for Progress), against the caucus of the lampa party.
In the same way, he was asked to report on the actions arranged in the case of the Popular Force spokesman, Hernando Guerra García, who was captured on a beach during the Production Commission session.
The meeting would also address other issues, such as the candidates for the Ombudsman's Office and the political situation for the Parliament's Board of Directors for the period 2022-2023.
It should be noted that on May 28, Popular Action< /b> reported that it temporarily suspended the militancy of the six congressmen who have been accused of being 'The Children' by the testimony of Karelim López as an effective collaborator.
The measure reaches Vergara himself, in addition to Raúl Doroteo, Ilich López , Juan Mori, Darwin Espinoza and Jorge Flores Ancachi. The statement announcing the measure was signed by the party's general secretary, Edmundo del Águila Morote.
Also, about Espinoza and Doroteo The impediment to leave the country falls for nine months, as part of the preliminary investigation that is being carried out together with a group of his colleagues from the bench for aggravated influence peddling to the detriment of the State.
The National Prosecutor's Office is investigating these congressmen for alleged favoring in the tenders awarded to two Chinese companies in the Ministry of Transport and Communications (MTC) during the administration of Juan Silva Villegas.