The Artistic side will decide in the next few hours a proposal presented by the entire Frente Amplio faction in the Senate, so that a motion will be made for the senator’s expulsion from the National Party Juan Sartori.
“We understand that he is committing a series of behavioral disorders and actions that justify the application of Article 115 of the Constitution of the Republic, which implies the possibility that Senator Sartori will be ousted by two-thirds of the members of the Chamber.” Chamber. herself for these extremely serious actions, such as falsifying her affidavit, not producing the statement of her spouse and announcing that she will ignore the ruling of the Supreme Court,” said Senator (Deputy) of the Vertiente Eduardo Brenta.
“He has not received his salary for a long time because he has exceeded the number of crimes established in the statutes of the Senate,” Brenta said, adding: “We understand that a legislator who does not participate is not included in the law intervenes.” Chamber: “Anyone who does not know the legal norms of Uruguay, anyone who does not know a ruling by the Supreme Court, cannot remain in parliament.”
At the Frente Amplio they are questioning Sartori for refusing to provide the affidavit of his wife’s assets as required by the Transparency and Public Ethics Board (Jutep), also known as the anti-corruption body.
Sartori argues that he has a separation of assets from his wife (Russian nationality) and therefore there is no marital property and it is not appropriate to provide his spouse’s affidavit.
The white senator appealed to the Supreme Court on grounds of unconstitutionality, but the appeal was rejected.
Jutep analyzes possible sanctions if Sartori sticks to his decision.