Hostile official declared to the director of the Panamanian Institute of Sports


Through Resolution No. 6917e-2021 of July 29, 2022, the Ombudsman notified Brands of its decision to declare him a hostile official; becoming the seventh state employee to receive this declaration.

Hostile official declared to the director of the Panamanian Institute of Sports

It was learned that Brands would go to the Ombudsman this afternoon. Photo: Courtesy

The director of the Panamanian Sports Institute, Héctor Brands, was declared a hostile and obstructive official by the Ombudsman, Eduardo Leblanc; this after, according to the Ombudsman, the public employee refused to collaborate to provide information to the entity.

Through Resolution No. 6917e-2021 of July 29, 2022, the Ombudsman notified Brands of its decision to declare him a hostile official; becoming the seventh state employee to receive this declaration.

“This attitude of denying information to the Ombudsman’s Office, guarantor of Human Rights, not only violates its legal and constitutional functions, but also affects the fundamental rights and guarantees of the people who come to our institution,” Leblanc said.

He explained that during his administration he has declared five justices of the peace, a teacher and the director of an entity as hostile and hindering officials.

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