The Delegation aims to introduce the investigation articles against Fairfax

In an e-mail to his Democratic House colleagues, Hope says he intends to file a resolution on the first thing on Monday morning, which gives an insight into the reasons why he believes that Fairfax transport warrants should be removed from office.

Two women of sexual assault have become a allegation-regulator under the Virginia Carlow, including rape at one of the women. Fairfax issued a Saturday statement identifying interactions with the women, but said that both cases were consistent.

The solution introduced by Hope was the first step in the transfer process. The process starts in the House and if it goes to a majority vote, it moves to the Seanad where they will try to determine whether Fairfax will be achieved.

The secretary must support the Republican House, Kirkland Cox, to vote even on the floor of the house. He did not let it know what might happen.

The solution comes when the three best elected officers in Virginia are happy in scandal. Picture surface from the Virginia Gov. Medical School Book Book. Ralph Northam, who shows one wearing a black window and one wearing a KKK white hood and dress. Northam said he does not intend to resign his job, despite the pressure of the speed. General Attorney General admitted Virginia Mark Herring also last week he had a blackframe at the 1980 party.

A copy of the solution, which CNN received, "The House of Messengers believes that all allegations of sexual assault must be challenged by the major challenge," and describes the allegations made by both women as "credible in nature".

The solution is as follows: "PRODUCTS ARE, TO MAKE, therefore, that proceedings begin to be initiated by Lieutenant Governor Justin E. Fairfax."

The solution will also address that the Court of Justice House Committee will hold hearings "to investigate the allegations against" Fairfax ", and whether its alleged acts against both women" are sufficient behavior to put grounds on Provision for prosecution pursuant to Article IV, Section 17 of the Constitution of Virginia. "

Fairfax spokesman Lauren Burke issued a statement in response, "The Lt. Governor is exploring options for a thorough, independent and impartial investigation of these allegations. We hope, for example, that the FBI will be willing to investigate to do it. "

"It is extremely important in the most difficult times that pay attention to our fundamental Constitutional values," the statement continues. "He believes that a political process is not basically the most likely way to learn the truth."

"The Lt. Governor is confident in the truth that arises from an independent impartial investigation," which reads the statement.


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