Cabarete district director Canoa suspended on accusation of corruption, embezzlement and conspiracy
PUERTO PLATA. – After being sent to trial for crimes and administrative corruption offenses the director of the District Board of Cabarete, Gabriel Antonio Mora Ramírez (Canoa) was suspended from his duties.
It is recalled that by decision of the magistrate Carolina del Rosario Castro, deputy judge of the court of the Judicial District of Puerto Plata, on October 21, Mora Ramirez was sent to trial totally accepting of the charge of the Public Ministry.
It is declared void any act, management, competition itself and / or concurrent that have been granted to Mora Ramirez (Canoa) to regulate the exercise of his functions that had been attributed by the Constitution and laws in his capacity as director of the District Board of Cabarete.
The Attorney Specialized Administrative Corruption Persecution (PEPCA) led Judge Laura Guerrero Pelletier indictment formally submitted Mora Ramirez, as the author of malfeasance, embezzlement and conspiracy.
The allegations are supported by Articles 166, 167, 169, 170, 171, 172, 265 and 266 of the Penal Code Dominicano, the municipal organization Act 3455 on 21 October 1952 and 102 of the Constitution of the Dominican Republic.
Ramirez Mora (Canoa) is accused of diverting public funds from companies, shops or businesses to relatives and friends, to the detriment of the state, canceling without justification damages revenue receipts of the municipal entity and fraudulently handle all financial and accounting operations of the company, to engage non-concurrence of due payments that are made on behalf of the entity building industry.
Source: Puerto Plata Digital
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