They ask for the loss of the Investiture of Cristóbal Rodríguez due to absences





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Caracol Radio learned of the request from the Attorney General’s Office in which it requested the loss of investiture of the then congressman, Cristóbal Rodríguez, former representative to the chamber for Boyacá, sued for absences to plenary sessions.

Before the Council of State, the hearing of arguments of first instance of the demand presented by the veedores was held Catherine Juvinao, Viviana Miranda, Mapi Velasco and Luis Miguel Moisés, against Congressman Cristóbal Rodríguez, who at the time of the alleged absences was a representative to the Chamber for Boyacá.

Lawsuit filed for parliamentary absenteeism made by the collective Work Lazy!

In the case of the former representative to the Chamber, Cristóbal Rodríguez, he was sued for a total of 41 absencess to the plenary sessions during the four years, distributed in five ordinary sessions, as follows: July – December 2014; March – June 2015; July – December 2016; July – December 2017; March – June 2018.

It should be noted that the 91 Charter determined the most drastic sanction possible, “political death”, for those congressmen who fail to fulfill their congressional duties and defraud the public faith.

At this hearing, the Office of the Attorney General of the Nation issued a concept in which it supports the claims of the plaintiffs:

“The cause of loss of investiture was generated and acted knowingly, because the first objective and the first duty that a representative has is to represent his constituents before Congress, and if he does not attend, he is not fulfilling his first duty. In a fraudulent way he is ceasing to attend, he is failing to fulfill his representation. For that reason we ask this honorable Chamber of Decision, that in the two periods and for the two events, the claims of the plaintiffs are granted and therefore the claim of loss of investiture is generated “, noted through his delegate in the Council of State.

Catherine Juvinao as the plaintiff of the Trabajen Vagos oversight stated: “We have sued some congressmen who clearly came to represent their voters. and once there they betrayed them, leaving the plenary sessions thrown away, so that we ask the Council of State that shows that our institutions are capable of imparting justice ”.

Hearings on the allegations of the processes against the senator will be held soon David Barguil and the representative to the chamber for Cesar, Alfredo Ape Cuello.

Before him Council of State The hearing of the first instance allegations of the lawsuit presented by the observers Catherine Juvinao, Viviana Miranda, Mapi Velasco and Luis Miguel Moisés was held against Congressman Cristóbal Rodríguez, who at the time of the alleged absences was the representative of the Camera by Boyacá.

Lawsuit filed byr parliamentary absenteeism carried out by the collective ¡Trabajen Vagos!

In the case of the former representative to the Chamber, CRISTÓBAL RODRÍGUEZ, he was sued for a total of 41 absences to the plenary sessions during the four years, distributed in five periods of ordinary sessions, as follows: July – December 2014; March – June 2015; July – December 2016; July – December 2017; March – June 2018.

It should be noted that the 91 Charter determined the most drastic sanction possible, “political death”, for those congressmen who fail to fulfill their congressional duties and defraud the public faith.

At this hearing, the Office of the Attorney General of the Nation issued a concept in which it supports the claims of the plaintiffs:

“The cause of loss of investiture was generated and it was acted knowingly, because the first objective and the first duty that a representative has is to represent his electors before Congress, and if he does not attend, he is not fulfilling his first duty. In a fraudulent way he is ceasing to attend, he is failing to fulfill his representation. For that reason we ask this honorable Chamber of Decision, that in the two periods and for the two events, the claims of the plaintiffs are granted and therefore the claim of loss of investiture is generated, “he said through his delegate in the Council of State.

Catherine Juvinao as plaintiff of the Trabajen Vagos oversight stated: “We have sued some congressmen who clearly came to represent their electors and once there they betrayed them, leaving the plenary sessions thrown away, so we ask the Council of State to show that if our institutions are capable of imparting justice ”.

Hearings on the allegations of the processes against Senator David Barguil and the representative to the House for Cesar, Alfredo Ape Cuello, will be held shortly.

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