In one day, Assemblyman Fabricio Villamar (CREO) received 38 signatures in support of the impeachment against the president of the Council of Citizen Participation and Social Control (CPCCS), José Tuárez. It took 35.
The signatures correspond to the CREO, PSC, SUMA, AP and independent blocks.
Each signatory had in his hands the accusatory file prepared by Villamar against Tuárez, in which it is stated that the defendant incurred the prohibition established in article 21, subsection 10, where it is indicated that those who can not be appointed or serve as directors may not be be representatives of religious cults.
Villamar insisted that the defendant, in social networks, identifies himself as “Padre José Tuárez”. He is a priest and lied in an affidavit of not being subject to prohibitions; He used clothing in his candidacy that identify him and represents the Catholic Church.
The Independent Democratic Action Bank (BADI), according to Raúl Tello, hopes to make a decision to present its own political judgment against Tuárez; Everything will depend on the answers issued by the members of the National Electoral Council (CNE), who are scheduled for this Wednesday to appear on the process of contest and qualification of candidates for the CPCCS.
Vicente Taiano (PSC) considered that the Comptroller should enter to audit the information that Tuárez presented when he was a candidate, and also will have to verify that the selection process did not comply with the regulations and what the Law determines.