June 12, 2024

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President Parlosan: “SCJ’s resolution necessary to remove parliamentary immunity”

Fanny Carolina Salinas Fernandez, President of the Central American Parliament (Parlasen), pointed out that the Supreme Court’s decision was first necessary to remove the parliamentary opposition presented by the agency.

Salinas Fernandez, who visited the Republican Senate on Thursday, was questioned about how to remove the immune system, following which the Brad Front party said it would file a request to continue removing the offer from the former president of the Republic, Danilo Medina.

“The issue has to go through the Supreme Court first and then Parlasen comes. We have no resolution at this time and no order has come from any Supreme Court,” he commented.

In that sense, he reiterated that every country needs an internal process first, and then the demand must be met.

During his visit to the Senate of the Republic, Salinas Fernண்டndez met with the Speaker of this Legislature, Eduardo Estrella, with whom Parlasen discussed the possibility of presenting legislative initiatives.

To this end, he pointed out, a constitutional reform would encourage Parlasen representatives to put forward initiatives.

“Many of the topics we are dealing with are the issue of relations and now a constitutional reform is gaining momentum because it is very important for Parlacen to have the initiative of the Dominican Representatives Act, which is one of the reasons we are here,” he said.

On the other hand, he described the country-maintained vaccination campaign as “successful”.

“I congratulate the Dominican Republic on the successful conduct of the vaccination campaign. We have an analysis of how the vaccination program is developed in each country and the Dominican Republic is one of the most vaccinated populations. ”

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