The Comptroller General of the Republicthis week, dismissed an application to start a disciplinary procedure against the Minister of Social Development, Giorgio Jackson in the framework of the period prior to the constitutional plebiscite on September 4.
The requirement -to which he had access Third– had been entered by the Republican deputy Luis Sanchezin order to determine whether the Secretary of State, in his role as head of the General Secretariat of the Presidency (Segpres), lacked administrative probity “for certain behaviors.”
And it is that in the opinion of the parliamentarian, the report issued in August by the supervisory body, in which he warned that the militant of the Democratic Revolution would not have adjusted to the necessary disregard in its role in the negotiations of ruling parties to agree on reforms to the proposal for a new Constitution if it is approved in the exit plebiscite, It was not enough.
However, the body headed by the comptroller Jorge Bermudez rejected the request of the Republican legislator, considering that “no considerations other than those already analyzed are noted”, referring to the previously issued resolution.
In addition, it was justified that, after said pronouncement, Jackson’s questioned conduct “were duly weighted, without those being of a necessary entity to consider them as breaches of probity or that merited a reproach other than the one made”.