Guillermo Ford files an appeal against the Regulation of Internal Elections of Molirena


Ford described the document as a tome, since fourth the freedoms of the members of the group that aspire in these internal elections.

Guillermo Ford files an appeal against the Regulation of Internal Elections of Molirena

Guillermo Ford files an appeal against the Molirena Internal Election Regulations. Photo: Courtesy

An appeal to the Internal Election Regulations of the Liberal Republican Nationalist Movement (Molirena) party was presented this Monday morning by a group of leaders, headed by Guillermo Ford, a founding member of Molirena and son of the former vice president of the Republic Guillermo Ford Boyd, considering it undemocratic.

The document was delivered to the direction of the Electoral Organization at the headquarters of the Electoral Tribunal (TE).

Ford described the document as a “tome”, since it fourths the freedoms of the members of the group that aspire in these internal elections.

“We do not want history to repeat itself when in 2017, the current leadership used a similar method to postpone power. We cannot say that we respect democracy when, at first glance, what this regulation seeks is to exclude”, he stated.

The political leader maintained that he is seeking the presidency of the group, in order to restore the brilliance and credibility of a party that works for the country with credible proposals and transparent execution.

If the document is approved, it would go to the instance of the magistrates of the Electoral Tribunal.

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