A tribunal of the Metropolitan Area of Caracas, instructed the organization Miss Venezuela to suspend the edition of the beauty contest scheduled for September after a lawsuit that Veruzka Ljubisavljevic , Miss Venezuela Mundo 2017.
In a video announced on the night of Friday, August 17 on the game Twitter, the executive committee of the contest indicated that it did not agree with that decision, but respected the legal decision, while the lawyers of the organization will present their allegations in the next few days, in addition to reserving court actions for the damage they consider to be done to the institution.
Official declaration of @ Missevzla – For now and to our great regret we have decided not to keep the official presentation of the most important participants in the beauty contest in the country. pic.twitter.com/pol4qRWoR0
– Miss Venezuela (@MissVzla) August 17, 2018
"Motivated for the conviction pronounced by the Fifth Court on August 16 Civil, trade -, traffic and bank execution of the judicial perimeter of the metropolitan area of Caracas, a precautionary measure was issued at the request of Veruska Betania Ljubisavjevic Rodríguez where, inter alia, our company was ordered, the immediate suspension of the organization of the contest Miss Venezuela in its next edition on September 12, 2018, "they explained."
In the video that was read by one of the cheerleaders of the competition this year, the management committee was formed by Nina Sicilia, Jacqueline Aguilera and Gabriela Isler, accompanied by the 24 aspirants and Venezuelan animators, Fanny Ottati, Jesús De Alva and José Andrés Padrón, who took the legal situation in which they were involved. n are exposed
Unofficially it was reported that the Miss World 2017 would not be sent to the international competition because of the refusal of those who manage the Miss Venezuela, which led her to introduce the question.
Ljubisavjevic, although born in Miranda, represented the state of Vargas in the sixty-fourth edition of the Miss Venezuela temple, held last year before the story of Efecto Cocuy or Misses and Santos where they revealed irregularities that had to change the race.
Osmel Sousa, who led the competition for more than two decades, also resigned earlier in the year because they did not respect his decisions.
The Miss Venezuela decided to restructure and he named a committee consisting of three recognized misses, which are now facing this demand, as the culmination of a year plagued by a scandal for one of the most traditional events in the country. 9002] With information from Andhers Mata
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