Judge orders Sandra Cuevas to allow dances in the Santa María La Ribera avenue

Judge orders Sandra Cuevas to allow dances in the Santa María La Ribera avenue

Through a statement, Luis Ángel Salas, Carla Escoffié and Grecia Macías, legal advisers of the Sincelejo Sound and inhabitants of the Santa María La Ribera neighborhood, detailed that after the confrontation between neighbors and staff of the Cuauhtémoc mayor’s office on Sunday, February 19, and the order of the mayoress Sandra Cuevas not to allow the performance of dances in the Kiosco Morisco,

This Thursday, March 16, the federal judge determined as valid the acts claimed for “arbitrary eviction” that are within the amparo lawsuit 483/2023.

Due to the foregoing, the judicial authority ordered the provisional suspension of the order of Sandra Cuevas while the trial is resolved in a hearing that is scheduled for 9:55 AM on March 27, 2023 when it ends if the judge grants the final suspension.

“The judge ordered as a preventive measure that Mayor Sandra Cuevas allow the dances to take place (in the Santa María La Ribera avenue” while the trial is resolved,” the statement read.

On March 19, Sonido Sincelejo and residents of the Cuauhtémoc mayor’s office will offer a press conference to give details about the measure ordered by the federal judge and the legal actions against the mayor for the events of last February.



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