Last Tuesday, the Legislative Board (CAL) chose to punish the Ecuadorian Roldosista Party legislator (PRE), Abdala Bucaram Pulley.
With six votes in favor and one abstention, of the CREO Assemblyman Ricardo Moncayo, they decided to disqualify Bucaram, without pay, after the indictment made by the ruling lawmaker Zobeida Gudino (AP), who filed the complaint, stating acts of discrimination and assault on women.
Bucaram was accused of claiming that there are lawmakers who “are drinking and dancing in the halls with advisors of the Assembly…”
In response to the accusation, Roldosista sent an official letter of seven letters to CAL by which it reaffirmed everything he said in the National Assembly.
“I have absolutely nothing to defend myself because I have not committed any illegal or discriminatory act, much less have disrespected the authority,” said Bucaram.
He also expressed himself on his Twitter account.
“The want to keep me far from the Assembly so they can give inmunity to the depravation, drugs, abortion, marihuana, etc. with no one to face them.”