Carlos Ordóñez responds to a complaint against him for closing the Centennial: ‘These permits are common and monitored’


The director of the ATTT explained this Tuesday, on Radio Panama, that traffic on the Centennial Bridge was only affected for five minutes and the advertising company had requested this permission in advance from the Traffic and Road Safety Directorate.

A criminal complaint against the general director of the Land Transit and Transportation Authority (ATTT), Carlos Ordoñez, was filed this Monday afternoon before an anti-corruption prosecutor’s office of the Public Ministry.

The complaint, on behalf of the Citizen Consciousness Foundation and which is represented by Christian Ábrego, has to do with the closure that occurred on Sunday, at the Centennial Bridge for the recording of a commercial and that, as reported later, had a permit of the ATTT.

The director of the ATTT explained this Tuesday, on Radio Panama, that traffic on the Centennial Bridge was only affected for five minutes and the advertising company had requested this permission in advance from the Traffic and Road Safety Directorate.

“These permits are common that are seen daily, either for repairs or some activity and always before they are given they are analyzed and monitored together with the Police so as not to affect third parties,” he said.

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