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Elections in Boca: Judge Abrevaya stepped aside from the case investigating irregularities in the membership registry


Highlights: The elections were to be held on Sunday, December 3. A new date for the elections has not yet been announced. The elections were called off after a complaint was made by a member of the public. The complaint was that the elections were not held as planned. The decision was taken by the Court of Appeals to postpone the elections. The new date will be announced in the next few days. The election was supposed to take place on December 3, but was called off due to the concerns of the complainant.

She had been recused last Friday by the club's Legal Department. A new magistrate must now be appointed. The elections still do not have a date.

Judge Alejandra Débora Abrevaya, in charge of the Civil Court No. 11 of the Nation, decided on Monday to step aside from the case in which she ordered the suspension of the elections in Boca Juniors after accepting a complaint by the opposition candidate for president, Andrés Ibarra, for alleged irregularities in the preparation of the registry for the improper inclusion of 13,364 members.

Abrevaya had been recused last Friday by the Legal Department of Boca, which had also appealed the precautionary measure that forced the postponement of the elections scheduled for Sunday, December 3. In the next few hours, pending the ruling of the Court of Appeals, a new judge will be drawn

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Source: clarin

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