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Two judges voted against Guaidó



31 January 2019 01:45

Magistrates Mariesla Godoy and Danilo Mojic were the only ones who did not accept voices by the measures that the Supreme Court of Justice ruled against Juan Guaidó on Tuesday. TSJ President Maikel Moreno announced at night that the case had allowed the precautionary measures demanded by Tareck William Saab.

In this respect, Juan Guaidó's exit ban was firm; nor can he arrange nor get rid of his property and his bank accounts have been blocked. The Magistrate argues that the decision of Moreno was made without debate and only six hours after Tareck William Saab, who acted as a designated Prosecutor General, formally requested it. The municipality, which has voted its vote, has announced its decision via the Twitter social network.

"Today, I left the full chamber of the TSJ, because the decision on the interim measures requested by the Prosecutor General against Guaidó was not discussed by the judges, which hinders the right of legal expression in the confined space. I could not express my disagreement, "Godoy wrote. The Magistrate saved her voice because she could not comment on the matter being discussed.

For Mojic, the decision in Sala Plena is contrary to Articles 99 and 102 Law body of the Supreme CourtThe first rule refers to the procedure to be followed in order to get acquainted with the subject in one of the TSJ's rooms undergoing the appointment of the Judge-Rapporteur. Determination must be made within three days of receipt of the case. The second concerns the fact that the appellant must submit the draft judgment. None of these steps were taken in the case of an application for interim measures against Juan Guaidó.


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