TSE declares that it is unacceptable to cancel the PRM Agreement
Yesterday, the Supreme Electoral Tribunal (TSE) declared inadmissible an appeal of the very urgent preventive protection, which sought to annul the meeting of the Council of Delegates of the Dominican Revolutionary Party (PRM) and its Executive Directorate.
Judges Ignacio Pascual Camacho Hidalgo, President, and Justices Honorary Rosa Perez de García, Pedro B.
They considered this because the complaints made by the grievance constituted a normal legal matter. Andres Cervantes Díaz Jiménez filed an appeal of protection against the Prime Minister’s Office on the 11th of this month.
The decision, in which the incidental conclusions raised by the plaintiff were accepted, was adopted under the provisions of Article 70 No. 3 of Law 137-11, Statute of the Constitutional Court and Constitutional Procedure, “on the understanding that complaints under the Temporary Protection Act constitute an ordinary matter of law not It can be addressed by a protection claim, given the special nature of this constitutional process.
On the 9th of this month, the Executive Directorate of the ruling PRM party agreed to hold a national conference of delegates, to choose their national authorities at all levels. This decision is rejected by groups of Bermian leaders, who are proposing a universal convention in which the entire party votes.
For tomorrow, the National Committee of the Communist Party of China, the body empowered to determine the method of the agreement, convened.