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MTC on statements by former Vice Minister Fabiola Caballero: We will show that no irregularities were committed

The Ministry of Transport and Communications (TCM) spoke after statements made by former Vice Minister Fabiola Caballero Sifuentes, who in her resignation letter stated that the entity has “become an apparent employment agency to take over placements that require proven experience and qualification.”

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In this regard, the MTC detailed in a release that they have adopted “the necessary actions to demonstrate that no irregularity has been committed”. Likewise, they assured that they always acted within the framework of the law and the Regulation of Organization and Functions (ROF).

Meanwhile, the Secretary General of the MTC has sent a notarized letter to the former Vice Minister of Transport in which the summons so that within 24 hours he presents the evidence of his serious accusations.

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In the aforementioned notarial letter, the entity affirms that the resignation of Vice Minister Caballero is a “reaction to the process of appointing the new Vice Minister of Transport, which began on the 14th of this month.”

“The MTC regrets these events that seek to undermine the honor of the sector’s servers and reiterates that it will continue working to fulfill institutional objectives”ends the statement.



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