Attorney General’s Office Investigates Álvaro Leyva for Contempt

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The legal battle between the Chancellor and the Attorney General’s Office has begun, with the defense of the chancellor making its first move. The Attorney General’s Office has suspended Álvaro Leyva for three months due to two offenses in the passport bidding process that harmed the Thomas Greg company and resulted in a large lawsuit against the State.

Despite being notified of the suspension, Leyva continued to exercise his functions as the head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and even signed a decree appointing Armando Benedetti as ambassador of Colombia to the FAO. As a result, the Attorney General’s Office has decided to ratify the suspension and open a new investigation for contempt.

The Public Ministry also notified President Gustavo Petro of the suspension, but Leyva ignored it. The situation is still developing, and the Attorney General’s Office has given an ultimatum to Foreign Minister Álvaro Leyva to proceed immediately.

The legal battle between the Chancellor and the Attorney General’s Office has begun, with the defense of the chancellor making its first move. The Attorney General’s Office has suspended Álvaro Leyva for three months due to two offenses in the passport bidding process that harmed the Thomas Greg company and resulted in a large lawsuit against the State.

Despite being notified of the suspension, Leyva continued to exercise his functions as the head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and even signed a decree appointing Armando Benedetti as ambassador of Colombia to the FAO. As a result, the Attorney General’s Office has decided to ratify the suspension and open a new investigation for contempt.

The Public Ministry also notified President Gustavo Petro of the suspension, but Leyva ignored it. The situation is still developing, and the Attorney General’s Office has given an ultimatum to Foreign Minister Álvaro Leyva to proceed immediately.

The legal battle between the Chancellor and the Attorney General’s Office has begun, with the defense of the chancellor making its first move. The Attorney General’s Office has suspended Álvaro Leyva for three months due to two offenses in the passport bidding process that harmed the Thomas Greg company and resulted in a large lawsuit against the State.

Despite being notified of the suspension, Leyva continued to exercise his functions as the head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and even signed a decree appointing Armando Benedetti as ambassador of Colombia to the FAO. As a result, the Attorney General’s Office has decided to ratify the suspension and open a new investigation for contempt.

The Public Ministry also notified President Gustavo Petro of the suspension, but Leyva ignored it. The situation is still developing, and the Attorney General’s Office has given an ultimatum to Foreign Minister Álvaro Leyva to proceed immediately.

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