Protectora Senator Marcelo Romano’s request for lawlessness has generated rejection within the local political arc. Legislators of the Everyone’s Front and the Left Front they have come to repudiate what they consider an “political persecution” by the ruling party towards a senator from the opposition. And in the last hours, the comic boss Nito Artaza joined the scene.
Through a video, Artaza came out to support Romano and congratulated him – humorously and ironically – for denouncing negotiations and defending water. “Sorry, brother Marcelo Romano. How can you come up against the open-pit mining company and not accompany the 7722 reform? How can you come up with reporting negotiations? Be against the system! Put yourself on the side of the people! How can you think of defending water! “Joked Artaza.
“You are annoying to the system, how can they not want to be able to cum?“Adheres and transmits strength to the legislator.” That they make political judgment, because a new and better way of making democracy is coming after all this, and there must be you. A lot of strength and a lot of conviction, a big hug and God bless you “, he concludes.
To Romanor has been brought against you for “an attack on the authority” and a prosecutor filed a request for lawlessness. The origin of the conflict occurred on August 11 of last year when, during the primary elections, police officers stopped the march of the vehicle that Romano’s daughter was driving.
According to the senator, it was an identity confusion and they let his daughter go, but he, annoyed by the situation, wrote a text message to the former security minister Gianni Venier complaining about the high display that mounted around the car of a 20-year-old girl.
However, the version that the Justice is investigating is the one given by police officers who claim to have been threatened by the legislator, who would have told them that he would send them out if they did not let his daughter continue to circulate. The investigation is carried out by the prosecutor Gabriela Garca Cobos, who asked for the senator’s lawlessness.