Judge gives CONADE 24 hours to pay scholarships to the artistic swimming team 


The Eleventh District Judge in Administrative Matters, Agustín Tello Espíndola, gave a period of 24 hours, from the notification, to the National Commission for Physical Culture and Sports (Conade) for the scholarships and government incentives to be paid to the members of the National Artistic Swimming Team. 

The sports authority was ordered to prove, with reliable documentation, having delivered the missing financial support to which both the members of the artistic swimming team and the technical support team are entitled. 

The payment corresponds to the resources corresponding to the period from January to June 2023, as established in the agreement published this Thursday, after it was established that a definitive suspension was partially complied with. 

The resolution of the suspension established that the Conade, in charge of Ana Gabriela Guevara, had to pay the resources corresponding to the first seven months of this year, but only what corresponded to July was delivered. 

     Add to the records the statement of account of the complaining party, through which it states that the authority has partially complied with the definitive suspension; every time it informs that it has covered the payment corresponding to the scholarship for the month of July; as well as the use of sports facilities”, was established in the notification of judge Tello Espíndola. 

The medalist Regina Alférez Licea filed the amparo which she claimed from Conade “the omission of carrying out the corresponding paperwork and procedures for the continuation of the scholarship for the results obtained in Budapest 2022.” 

Last June, Judge Tello Espíndola, granted the definitive suspension, in which he granted the precautionary measure so that the head of the Conade, continues with the delivery of scholarships and government incentives to the National Artistic Swimming Team. 

The measure also ordered the athletes to be allowed to use the assigned facilities to carry out their training, and to be granted the right to a hearing, by Guevara. 

 Source: Excelsior