[OPINION] Underhill and Cuevas on Road to Recovery

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[OPINION] Underhill and Cuevas on Road to Recovery

Post by Paris_Newman » Fri Sep 18, 2020 11:13 am

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OP-ED: UNDERHILL AND CUEVAS ON ROAD TO RECOVERY
SUPERIOR COURTS RULING BRINGS RED BACK INTO FASHION
BY PARIS NEWMAN & GINA TURNER | SEPTEMBER 18, 2020

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Former Secretary of State Sugely Cuevas found herself alone in a thunderdome of accusations following her alleged abuse of power in government to fundraise a private political organization earlier this year. Frank Underhill allegedly endeavoured to further his relationship with the former Secretary of State by supposedly misusing taxpayer resources to fundraise and further his own political campaign. As time passed, the battery of allegations turned out to be little more than false accusations and smear slander, tempting San Andreas' Department of Justice prosecutors to spend more time chasing headlines rather than facts. The slander campaign resulted in an elongated court case of two months, which unnecessarily put the state government's hard work and dedication for a prolonged period.

"The Stop Waste And Abuse by the Secretary Act of 2020 does not trump the rights and responsibilities given to the Secretary of State through the previous Constitution of the State of San Andreas," Judge Klenkok ruled, and in the opinion of this column, it was correct.

Since then, Ms. Cuevas and Mr. Underhill have been on the steady rise as was expected of politicians of their calibre before this significant indictment. With Sugely now serving as Secretary to current Secretary of State Frank Underhill's political party, SAN went behind the scenes to discover what it means to work in the Nixon Estate; especially as a duo whose public profile has only become unmistakably prominent. The results showed two people who are more than proud of their recent achievements.

Underhill swiftly replaced Isaac Disraeli, who resigned not long after his appointment as Secretary of State, followed quickly by Lieutenant Governor Charles Moreno. Moreno's crumbling administration was shuffled and has since seen a far more stable return to normality underneath Underhill's Republican majority workforce. Ms. Sugely Cuevas spent a great deal of time out of the public eye in awaiting her trial but has since played the stars from heaven as Party Secretary for the Republican Party. With her many appearances at significant events alongside the Secretary of State, it is very safe to assume Cuevas' return to the political scene will not be short-lived.

Gina Turner is an opinion writer here at SAN Andreas Network who's work is often collaborated on/edited by Paris Newman.




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Re: [OPINION] Underhill and Cuevas on Road to Recovery

Post by whyapac » Fri Sep 18, 2020 8:29 pm

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