From May 25 to 27, hearings will be held for the 15 dissident deputies of Cambio Democrático

The Court of Honor and Discipline of Cambio Democrático (CD) has set oral hearings for 15 dissident deputies for May 25, 26 and 27, who face a process of expulsion and revocation of their mandate.

On the morning of the 25th, deputies Yanibel Ábrego, general secretary of the CD, Nelson Jackson, Hernán Delgado and Mercedes Gálvez must appear. They will be represented by attorney Carlos Carrillo.

For the afternoon, Alaín Cedeño should attend. On Thursday the 26th, Genesis Arjona, Fátima Agrazal, Arnulfo Díaz and Abelardo Antonio must go. They will be represented by lawyer Ceila Peñalba. And in the afternoon of that day, deputy Marylín Vallarino must go to a hearing, who will be represented by her husband and her substitute, Agustín Selhorn.

While for Friday, May 27, deputies Dalia Bernal, José María Herrera, Lilia Batista and Leopoldo Archibold must appear. The lawyer for this group will be Nicolás Brea. By the afternoon of that day, Mayín Correa, represented by César Dudley, must go to a hearing.

These deputies are accused of not having followed the party line on July 1, when they were asked to vote for Rony Araúz as a candidate for the presidency of the National Assembly, but they did the opposite and supported the PRD Crispiano Adames. They are also claimed to have met with the leadership of the Realizing Goals party, meetings in which they even announced alleged electoral alliances for 2024.

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