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Carlos Ordóñez appointed as director in charge of the ATTT due to the resignation of Miguel Martínez
Carlos Ordóñez had served since September 2019 as general secretary of the ATTT.
The State Communication Directorate announced on Wednesday afternoon the appointment of Carlos Boris Ordóñez Osorio as director in charge of the Transit and Land Transportation Authority (ATTT).
He replaces Miguel Martínez, who submitted his resignation from office.
Ordóñez had served since September 2019 as secretary general of the ATTT.
He is a graduate of the Universidad Santa María La Antigua (USMA), where he obtained his degree in Law and Political Science and a master's degree in Commercial Law.
394 days ago
Good maybe this new guy will get the ATTT cops out at night to catch the drunk drivers in the country. Lots of cops out working in the day and they all dissappear at night.
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