Despite cases New Business and Odebrecht Ricardo Martinelli will run in the 2024 elections, say his lawyers


Lawyer Sidney Sittón assured that they will exhaust each of the resources that he has to file so that the rights of the former president are respected, who in his opinion enjoys all citizen rights

Despite cases New Business and Odebrecht Ricardo Martinelli will run in the 2024 elections, say his lawyers

Legal team of former President Ricardo Martinelli. Photo: Courtesy

Neither the lifting of the electoral criminal jurisdiction, nor the alleged irregularities denounced on the afternoon of this Monday, August 15, by the legal team of former President Ricardo Martinelli will prevent him from running for the presidency in 2024. This was announced by the lawyer, of the party leader Realizing Goals (RM), Sidney Sitton.

According to Sittón, Martinelli’s legal team is prepared to face all the processes that are “invented” full of irregularities and illegalities in the cases of New Business and Odebrecht.

The lawyer assured that they will exhaust each of the resources that he has to file so that the rights of the former president are respected, who in his opinion enjoys “all citizen rights” and reiterated that Martinelli will run for the presidency in the 2024 elections.

“We are going to overwhelm all the prosecutors that we have to face… And we know that they are not people who respect the Law, they use all the instruments that are far from legality, but we know how to face that and much more,” he said, assuring that Martinelli did not has lost the principle of speciality.

“We are not afraid of any of these trials, but we are going to exercise all of Martinelli’s rights,” he said, assuring that some media are looking for more than a trial, a media lynching.

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