The Ombudsman’s Office It demanded that the political activities to be carried out during the second round of the 2021 General Elections be developed through “virtual or alternative platforms” to avoid COVID-19 infections.

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Through its social networks, said institution pointed out that these activities must guarantee both physical distancing and the dissemination of government plans.

The entity in charge of Walter Gutiérrez also insisted on remembering that “All activities that promote agglomeration or mass attendance that put people’s health at risk are prohibited”.

Therefore, the Defense He asked the National Police to apply the corresponding sanctions for non-compliance with biosafety measures.

“Police are empowered to apply administrative fines, in the event of non-compliance with biosafety measures. We invoke citizen responsibility “, he said.

Finally, the Ombudsman’s Office invoked the “Citizen responsibility” to respect the preventive measures against the spread of COVID-19.

“We reiterate that people have the right to political participation, despite a pandemic and a gap to meet oxygen demand in the country, virtual or alternative platforms must be used that guarantee physical distancing and dissemination of government plans”, he concluded.



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