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The Attorney General’s Office asked Corpocesar for explanations for the election of the new director

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The Attorney General’s Office asked Corpocesar for explanations for the election of the new director

The Cesar Regional Prosecutor’s Office for Instruction, headed by Everardo Armenta Alonso, asked Corpocesar for explanations about the election process of the new director, Adriana García.

“Indicate what is the most recent decision or agreement of the Corpocesar Board of Directors that has as its object the appointment to the position of the director of said environmental corporation, and send a copy of the document that contains and represents the decision or appointment or designation or election,” the letter states.

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The Attorney General’s Office maintained that with such inputs “Proceedings will be taken in accordance with what the matter warrants according to evaluation and analysis., with the aim that the legal order prevails, in protection of the general interest and public assets that may be at risk”; and, as the case may be and appropriate, “if necessary, the respective disciplinary actions will be taken.”

TWO DIRECTORS?

Radio Guatapurí revealed that the Public Ministry also sent a letter to Wilman José Vásquez, a Corpocesar staff official, who on more than one occasion presented himself as director of Corpocesar.

And it is that Wilman José Vásquez He claims to have taken office as director of the entity, which is worrying for the Attorney General’s Office, since it is unaware of the majority of the council that voted for Adriana García as advisor.

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“We observe with concern the acts associated with his alleged possession of the position of Directoropenly ignoring the manifest will of the majority (6 out of 10) of the members of the Board of Directors,” the letter says.

And he adds that they observe “a supposedly illegal act about which there is already a complaint in the Attorney General’s Office, “which forces us to ask you to send to this office, within a period of no more than 3 business days, a copy of your alleged record. of possession and the minutes of the supposed session of the Board of Directors, on December 31.”

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