January 31, 2019 1:45 AM
The Magistrates Marisela Godoy and Danilo Mojica were the only ones who had not voted against Juan Guaido, the Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday. The president of the TSJ, Maikel Moreno, announced on Tuesday that, in this case, he accepted the preventive measures demanded by Tareck William Saab.
In this regard, Juan Guaidó was a strong ban on leaving the country; It can not roll out shareholders or assets, and their bank accounts have been blocked. The magistrates made the decision of Moreno without discussing it, and after six hours after being appointed by Tareck William Saab, formally asked them. The magistrates who voted for the vote decided through the Twitter social network.
"Today, I am retired with the full Court of the TSJ, the judges discussed the general attorney regarding the precautionary measures that Guaidó demanded, the legal expression of expression. When I left it, I was not able to give a different opinion on the Plenary Session," God wrote. The magistrate has reserved his vote because he has commented on the issue that was being discussed.
For Mojica, the decision taken in the Plenary Hall is contrary to articles 99 and 102 laws Organic Supreme Organ of Justice. As regards the first rule, the procedure to be followed in order to find out about any issue in the TSJ room is referred to by a judge's appointment. The appointment must be made within a period of three days. Second, designers must submit a draft of a resolution. The request to take action against Joan Guaho was not considered any of these cases.