Friday, March 09 2012 @ 02:29 PM EST
Contributed by: Don Winner
"I have heard them, and in my opinion the objections deserve that the project not go ahead, and that's what I will sustain before the Cabinet Council. It is correct what Minister Mulino is saying, in that these objections should have been presented before, but most important is to understand that the objections are valid," said Martinelli.
"I regret that political groups want to exploit these differences to attack the National Police, indicating that its members seek impunity. This project is for administrative procedures, it has nothing to do with criminal proceedings," he said. "The police, led by Gustavo Perez is doing an excellent job. This has been expressed by Minister Mulino and it is something we all must recognize. But still, Perez made a mistake when he made a public statement on the project and referring to the decisions that have to be taken by the Cabinet Council," said President Martinelli. (Estrella)