Realizing Goals held its extraordinary congress, while the board continues with jurisdiction


Several of the 15 CD dissident deputies were also present at the event, as special guests.

Realizing Goals held its extraordinary congress, while the board continues with jurisdiction

Realizing Goals held its extraordinary congress, while the directive continues with jurisdiction. Photo: Courtesy

The Realizing Goals (RM) party, chaired by former president Ricardo Martinelli, elected this Sunday, in an extraordinary congress, 13 members who will form part of the current board of directors of that group.

RM called a congress to fill vacancies and to reform the party’s statute. This process, which allows the criminal electoral jurisdiction to remain in force for all members of the RM board, including the former governor who is charged in cases of alleged corruption such as New Business and Odebrecht.

Among those who were elected are Jaime Ford, former Minister of Public Works, and Vicente Gálvez, as Vice Presidents. Ford is one of those investigated by the Odebrecht case. Luis Eduardo Camacho was also re-elected as secretary general of RM, as well as Astrid Salazar, in Communication.

Several of the 15 CD dissident deputies were also present at the event, as “special guests.”

251 delegates voted out of the 274 eligible to vote.

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