Acción Popular makes José Arriola official as Karol Paredes' replacement in the Ethics Commission

Acción Popular makes José Arriola official as Karol Paredes' replacement in the Ethics Commission

In an official letter sent by its spokesman, Elvis Vergara, it is specified that the names of Luis Aragón Carreño and Wilson Soto Palacios are added to Arriola Tueros.< /h2>

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Popular Action makes José Arriola official as Karol Paredes' replacement in Ethics Commission

Karol Paredes, from Acción Popular, chairs the Ethics Commission. (Photo: Congress)

The Popular Action bench made José Arriola official as replacement of Karol Paredes in the Ethics Commission, which he has chaired since August 2021, despite the fact that the regulations of that state power stipulate that the presidency of said working group lasts 2 years.

In an official letter sent last Tuesday the 6th to the senior official of Parliament, José Cevasco, the spokesman for the caucus of the party of the lampa, Elvis Vergara disclosed the names of his three representatives on the commission.

In this way, Arriola Tueros add the names of Luis Aragón Carreño and Wilson Soto Palacios. Likewise, it is pointed out that Paredes Fonseca has carried out work “positive and respectable” as president of the Ethics Committee, for which she appreciates her “dedication and commitment”.

It should be noted that on August 31, the Board of Spokespersons of Congress agreed to increase the number of members of the Ethics Commission, which went from 17 to 25 members, due to the increase of the number of benches.

This is the second attempt to remove Karol Paredes from the Ethics Commission. In another official letter sent on August 11, his replacement by Raúl Doroteo had been announced. Subsequently, the measure was put on hold.

Subsequently, the Popular Action caucusratified that the congressmen nicknamed 'The Children' will continue in the presidencies of the ordinary commissions assigned to them for the period 2022-2023.

En A document sent by its spokesman, Elvis Vergara, details that the agreement was approved during the caucus meeting held on August 16, with the presence of 13 legislators.

< p itemprop="description" class="story-contents__font-paragraph">Likewise, it was ratified that no congressman who has chaired an ordinary commission or has been a member of the Board of Directors can head another in the 2022-2023 period, in order to guarantee alternation in the chairmanship of the working groups.

In this way, Raúl Doroteo Carbajo will chair the Commission of Foreign Affairs, while Luis Aragón and Jorge Flores Ancachi will do the same with those of Trans Transport and Communications, and Energy and Mines, respectively.