Finjus: Lisandro Macarrulla does not need to take leave from the presidency


Servio Tulio Castaños, Executive Vice President of the Organization and Justice Foundation (Finches), assured this Thursday that the Minister of the Presidency, Lisandro Macarrulla, will not be forced to take a license from his post. The law did not institute any proceedings against him.

However, Castaños described the minister’s decision as prudent, as criminal liability is personal and The charge file in the Medusa case refers to Makarullah’s son, And he has not been identified as part of the alleged fraud.

“I see it as a prudent move on his part, but he’s not obligated to get a license because the law doesn’t establish that. He hasn’t been arrested, he hasn’t been cited, he’s been shown to have nothing to do with it. Criminal liability is personal”, noted the Finjus director.

Likewise, he affirmed that the initiative of the Minister of Executive Power is directly linked to the personal relationship he maintains with President Louis Abinader.

On Wednesday night, the President’s Minister Lisandro Macarrulla A work permit was requested, which was accepted by the President this Thursday afternoon. After his son was named in the indictment of the Medusa case in which former public prosecutor Jean Alain Rodriguez appeared as the main accused.

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