Guayas Transit Commission (CTG) presented charges against two officers and two civilians; they will have to attend a penal judgment. The rebellion actions will be reflected in 50 employees’ expedients as well, those were the legal measures the institution took after the September 30th uprising.
Leonel Pozo Moreira and César Garzón Mendoza (Lieutenants Colonels), were involved in the rebellion leadership, 40 officers and 20 civilians took control of the building and demanded the National Transit Director, Ricardo Antón, Velásquez and subdirector Enrique Arosemena’s resign.
Velásquez informed civilians Enrique Avilés and José Fuentes (President of the CTG Civilian Employees Association), are also included in the penal process that’s being investigated by the prosecution, charges are: disrespecting government, destruction of the facilities and services aiming to produce a massive alarm, among others.
Meanwhile, Pozo gave up his Staff Chief position yesterday; he wrote a statement where he denied having taken control of the building, he also added no members of the directory were acknowledged but Velasquez, Arosemena, Antón and Pedro Rodríguez.
Velásquez confirmed on the security camera video that Pozo and his followers took control of the building and insulted civil employees.