The association establishes a special committee to investigate NGOs that have received funds from the state

The association establishes a special committee to investigate NGOs that have received funds from the state

Representatives appointed the seven committee members on this day. According to the president of the association, Ernesto Castro, $ 159 million has been delivered without justification.

On Tuesday, parliament deputies agreed to form a special committee to investigate the funds that were granted to various NGOs from the association, according to the ruling party, which is $ 159.8 million provided by previous legislative assemblies without justification.

The members of the Special Committee were also elected as follows: Alexia Rivas, Vice President, New Ideas; Caleb Navarro’s Secretary for New Ideas; Rapporteur Amilcar Giovanni Zaldana; Of new ideas.

The members are: Representative Lorena Fuentes, from New Ideas; Member 2 MP Carlos Hermann Broch; Of new ideas; Member # 3, Reynaldo Cardosa, of PCN; Jana’s deputy, Romeo Auerbach, from Jana.

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The petition states that according to Article 132 of the Constitution, public officials and employees, including employees of official independent institutions and members of the armed forces, are obligated to cooperate in the association’s special committees, to appear and to announce them. In addition to those of any other person, which are required by the aforementioned committees, they will be mandatory by virtue of the same warnings that are taken into account in the judicial proceedings.

Deputy Dina Arguita, of the FMLN, claimed that due process had not been followed to incorporate the Special Committee, without first going through the vote, which she described as “serious” and requested from that Representative Annabel Peloso, of the Farabundo Martí National Liberation Front, the committee, Although the members have already been elected.

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