February 12, 2019, 16:07
Updated February 12, 2019, 4:19 pm
The first court of the capital, Caracas, called on Daniel Sebalos, former mayor of San Cristobal, to sign a document in which he promised not to participate in political demonstrations.
The written text agrees "not to attend political demonstrations or streets, all in accordance with Article 242,
The information was confirmed by Ceballos's lawyer, Ana Leónor Acosta, who also reminded her that her client is waiting for the trial against her for nearly five years.
"Today, Daniel Sebalos was urgently summoned to the 15th Caracas Court, and when we arrived, we were informed of this new precaution, which further restricts their freedoms. Sebalos goes through a process that has not begun in 2014, and he has been detained for more than three years at the headquarters of Bolivar National Intelligence Service (Sebin), without any justification.
The 15th Caracas court issued a new precaution against released political prisoner Daniel Sebalos, who is forbidden to attend public and political demonstrations, as his lawyer Anna Leonor Acosta has confirmed. #TVVNoticias #TVVenezuela pic.twitter.com/MtvFDU3zOz
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