The San Juan Court ordered the Department of Justice and the Panel of the Independent Special Prosecutor (PFEI) to respond to the mandamus in which journalists requested the referrals from Governor Wanda Vázquez and other members of the government.
granted ten working days to answer the demand.
As reported by the newspaper Nuestro PR, the case was assigned to Judge Anthony Cuevas, from the Extraordinary Resources Division.
Look at the resolution published
NOW: The San Juan Court warns @Justicia_PR and answer the Mandamus requesting referrals that impute crimes to @wandavazquezg and officials of their government in 10 business days. The case was assigned to Judge of the Extraordinary Resources Chamber Anthony Cuevas. https://t.co/4PhUxOc4eX pic.twitter.com/CO1H0WrBlr
– NUESTRO (@nuestro_pr) July 25, 2020
This extraordinary resource responds that the DJ refused to hand over the six referrals, one of which was leaked to some news outlets in recent days. In that referral, criminal charges are brought against the first president. "The leaking of some of the information has had the effect of creating an atmosphere of confusion in public opinion, since the claims of the DJ and OPFEI have been repeated in multiple spaces to grant a cloak of secrecy to documents that enjoy a presumption of full publicity based on the Constitution of Puerto Rico and the current legal order, "establishes a statement from independent journalists.