Actions against Public Health resolution postponed until October 26th

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The Superior Administrative Court (TSA) postponed multiple injunction actions filed against the resolution of Public Health, which requires the presence of a vaccination card, until October 26.

The court, presided by Judge Luisa Canaan, ordered the postponement for 9:00 a.m. on October 26.

The objective is to summon the parties involved and the administrative attorney’s office and regularize the voluntary interventions.

The Presidency of the Republic and President Luis Abinader were represented by attorney Noel Canahuate, who in turn was represented by attorney Pedro Montilla

The Ministry of Public Health was represented by attorneys Cristobal Rodriguez and Luis Ernesto Pena.

Two citizen’s rights protective actions, one ordinary and one collective, were filed by attorneys Yan Carlos Martinez, Elis Saul and Cirilo de Jesus Lopez, and another by attorney Jose Manuel Santana Jerez.

It is recalled that the plaintiff groups claim that the resolution of the Ministry of Public Health is illegal since it “obliges people to be vaccinated violating their human rights and freedoms.”