The Legislative Administration Council accepted the petition presented by the opposition parties last week to sentence Guillermo Lasso for crimes against public administration.
The CLegislative Administrative Council of Ecuador admitted last Monday petition for impeachment against President Guillermo Lasso for crimes against public administration.
This is the the first filter to apply to, issued last Thursday by representatives of various opposition parties.
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With five votes in favor and two abstentions, The document continues its course towards the constitutional court, where they should sound no more than six days.
The indigenous movement and other social organizations have asked to sit in the environment of that Court when they discuss the request.
The Legislative Technical Unit also endorsed the request to prosecute the president for compliance with the requirements established in Article 129 of the Constitution and in the Organic Law of the Legislative Function.
Expert voices weigh in proper basis for the claim, with documentary evidence, supporting signatures and a correct description of the criminal charges against the presidentincluding extortion, bribery, embezzlement or illicit enrichment
His complainants established the ruler’s connection to such crimes against the public administration based on the scandal involving his brother-in-law, Danilo Carrera, and other government officials.
Lasso denies the allegations and describes the process as an attempt to destabilize his mandate.
To remove the president from office in that Andean nation, 92 assembly members must vote in favor, out of a total of 137, an option that could be presented in six weeks, at most.