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Tribunal deniega el nombramiento de Zamot

Mon, Nov 13, 2017

Junta de Control Fiscal

Por redacción de Sin Comillas

La jueza Laura Taylor Swain, que está a cargo de los casos de la Ley de Supervisión, Administración y Estabilidad Económica de Puerto Rico (PROMESA, por sus siglas en inglés), rechazó la petición de la Junta de Control Fiscal para nombrar a Noel Zamot como Oficial de Transformación para la Autoridad de Energía Eléctrica (AEE) en una vista celebrada en Nueva York.

La decisión es una victoria para el Gobierno que se había opuesto a ese nombramiento. La jueza señaló que la ley PROMESA no le daba a la Junta el poder de nombrar a personas a agencias de gobierno.

“Estamos muy complacidos con la decisión emitida hoy por la jueza Laura Taylor Swain debido a que reitera nuestra posición sobre el límite de poder que tiene la Junta de Supervisión Fiscal”, reaccionó el Gobernador en declaraciones escritas..

“Hemos sido claros desde el primer día en cuanto a los poderes que tiene la Junta y los que no posee. Queda claro que la Junta de Supervisión Fiscal no tiene el poder de tomar control del Gobierno en pleno ni sus instrumentalidades.  Nuestra posición queda validada y se reconoce que la administración y la gestión pública de Puerto Rico permanece con el gobierno democráticamente electo. Como gobernador de Puerto Rico defenderé los derechos democráticos de mi Pueblo por encima de cualquier reto y en cualquier foro. Reconocemos que la reconstrucción y recuperación de la Isla requiere unión de voluntades, por lo tanto, damos la bienvenida a cualquier colaboración o apoyo técnico que la Junta quiera brindar al Gobierno electo por los puertorriqueños para asegurar los mejores intereses del Pueblo de Puerto Rico”.

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3 Responses to “Tribunal deniega el nombramiento de Zamot”

  1. Jaime says:

    Carlos,

    Con la crisis interna en el partido republicano y con toda la atención de los congresistas puesta sobre la reforma contributiva federal no veo manera que el congreso vaya a reformar PROMESA, por lo menos en los próximos doce meses.Report

  2. Carlos Sumpter says:

    “And to preserve their independence, we must not let our rules load us with perpetual debt. We must make our election between economy and liberty, or profusion and servitude”

    Thomas Jefferson

    Hon. Laura Taylor Swain
    US District Court of Puerto Rico

    Your Honor:

    Peace be with you in Jesus.

    Who will make certain that the board will have the jobs and the capital growth requirements with the people of Puerto Rico in mind.?

    Back on the mainland international relations are changing and some previous global arrangements will end.

    War against North Korea might occur.

    Driving Puerto Rico into a severe inflation – depression period.

    Your Honor in the event of an economic crash or collapse the returning of sound operations of those (G-SIFI)globally active and systematically important financial institutions, would be provided by converting unsecured debt from creditors?.

    We shouldn’t go there Madam.

    Why should we trust Wall St. agents as Board members when they were appointed in open violation of the Law of the Land?

    At this new level of exploitation by global capital and under an economic shocking therapy that allows globalists to buy valuable assets, at knock down prices eradicating any form of sovereignty left, stating that if a ruler is reluctant to relinquish power, he or she will be pushed…

    How are we supposed to rebuild our island?

    Our new rulers transcend state boundaries and believe that all nations must be subordinated to international law and international institutions.

    Global actors implementing the same private banking exploitation model used by private central bankers on eastern European socialist countries.

    Have we become the new invisible and experimental main media jurisdiction of global capital?.

    Ms. Natalia Jaresko a global agent and an ex Ukrainian Finance Minister with ties to Joe Biden Jr. and the oil industry, now works in Puerto Rico ?

    The 2006 financial entrapment led to our financial servitude.

    Do we need a pledge of labor or services as security for the repayment of a debt?

    Why the services required to repay the debt may be undefined and the services’ duration may be undefined.?

    Debt bondage can be passed on from generation to generation.

    Just like slavery.

    Unless, some counteracting cause, comes along to prevent a depression as that of 1929-1933 (namely when the more debtors pay the more they owe).

    Puerto Rico will continue going into a vicious spiral.

    Strapped for cash and devoid of any urgently needed investment, will see its economy plummet to levels never experienced by regions free of wars.

    Our government’s indebtedness must cease to grow greater.

    Otherwise, our so called “natural” way out, will be a period of at least two decades of vicious bankruptcy, unemployment, and starvation.

    Sincerely,

    Carlos SumpterReport

  3. El Pueblo says:

    Congress will not take Swain decision laying down. Swain is also telling Congress that they should restructure PROMESA to have similar poers to the CD Board.

    “Congress may have made the board’s job easier” by giving it direct control over Puerto Rico’s government, as lawmakers did in bailing out Washington D.C., she said. Instead, Congress created a “power-sharing structure that allows for mutual sabotage,” Swain said. She urged the two sides to work together rather than fight a “death match in which the winner takes all.”Report

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