Monday, March 12 2012 @ 01:48 PM EDT
Contributed by: Don Winner
Editor's Comment: Notice that the earlier Prensa story didn't quote Henriquez the same way, and they left out the part about how the Cabinet Council will supposedly try to convince Mulino to stay in his post. And I think that's the most important part - the administration of Ricardo Martinelli wants him to stay on board. Clearly. I think the Cabinet will vote to continue with the proposal to create the disciplinary board. Martinelli has already cleared up one problem for Mulino - Gustavo Perez is gone. And then the Cabinet will formally ask Mulino to stay. With those two things in place he will likely accept. Let's see, define "irrevocable" ... No matter. The clear winner in this pissing contest will be Mulino, no matter what happens tomorrow.