Continuing the persecution of the revolutionary left in Ecuador: MPD headquarters closed

SRI closing MPD headquarters for seven days

While responding to a demand for MPD, the Office generally receptive Pérez Santiago’s statement about the exit poll for the referendum, officials of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and two court officials yesterday closed the headquarters of the left-wing movement an alleged tax noncompliance.

Marcelo León, director of SRI’s Northern Region, said Luis Villacis, representative of the MPD, exaliado the Government, now opponent, received ten warnings of sanctions between 2007 and 2011, the lack of the Annex to buy and hold in the Source and other tax obligations, for fiscal 2010 and 2011.

According to Leon, the political group remains debt for not meeting the monthly payment of VAT in July of 2010, which began a trial of enforcement powers, in October of that year at a cost of $ 8.10 has not yet been canceled.

SRI in the notice of motion states that can not perform any activity on the premises of its headquarters for seven days.

Villacis called the move “one more action in the Government’s desire to continue his political persecution,” and did not rule out taking legal action against the tax authority.

“There is no justification or constitutional, illegal, or regulation to close the offices of the MPD. Is a political retaliation,” he said emepedista leader. (LGP)

“We are not afraid Mr. Correa”

Luis Villacis, assemblyman for the Popular Democratic Movement, spoke at the closing that the IRS conducted on its offices as an act of persecution by the government, “there is no legal or constitutional justification to place stamps closing our facilities. We are victims the repression that the Government has taken essentially because the MPD,” he said in front of the office. “We will not shut our mouth. We will continue to denounce acts of corruption.” (RTU)

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