Leon Febres-Cordero pro-monument committee, led by Archbishop Antonio Arregui, has until today to obtain the customs Clearence for the bust of the former mayor of Guayaquil, located in the cellars of the National Customs Service (Senae for its Spanish acronym) since January of 2012.
According to the director of the Social Christian Party (PSC), Pascual del Cioppo, today it will be made The request for the payment of the respectivo tariffs so they can get The customs clearence for The bust, and then be able to take ti out. . Del Cioppo ensures that this term should not be less than 25 days.
Once the PSC and the Committee submit the documentation and it is approved, they will proceed to customs clearence and then place the bust in a predetermined space.
The National Customs Service reported, on August 15, to the Guayaquil City Hall, that the memorial bust, worked in Spain by sculptor Victor Ochoa, had been declared abandoned.