The Contentious-Administrative Court Number 2 of Santa Cruz has ratified the caution for which he returned the spokesperson of Cs in Santa Cruz to Matilde Zambudio, after the mayor José Manuel Bermúdez issued a decree to give that responsibility to Evelyn Alonso.

Given the urgency with which the court issued urgent precautionary measures (the next day there was a plenary session), there was no time for the City Council to present allegations in the three days that corresponded to it, something that was done a posteriori.

Yesterday, after the appearance in the case of Evelyn Alonso and CC in the procedure, the court communicated that it was ratifying the measure adopted both on the merits, since the decision taken by the mayor “does not have support in any legal norm”, as in the form, justifying the urgency of the adoption of the precautionary measure, given the possible damage that Matilde Zambudio would suffer due to the imminent holding of the first plenary session in which the measure was to be applied.

Among the points on which the judge supports his decision is that of the “appearance of good law”, that is, that the dispute raised by the Cs spokesperson has sufficient legal basis, so much so as to apply, according to the judge, the criterion of the TS of “ostensible prosperity of the demand”.

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