It will be filed before the Constitutional Court of the Supreme Court of Justice, in response to yesterday's ruling, which sentenced the corporation to pay $23.9 million to Salvadoran company Servipronto.
"We categorically state that a company has been sentenced to pay $23 million without any evidence. This ruling clashes with the principle of legal security", stated Castillo, in an article in Elsalvador.com.
After 14 years of litigation, the Supreme Court of Justice ruled in favor of Salvadoran company Servipronto.
The mercantile trial for contract noncompliance between Servipronto and McDonald's began in 1997.
"The case is not closed for McDonald's. The legal representative of the corporation, Carlos Castillo, confirmed that they will file an amparo remedy before the Constitutional Court", reported Elsalvador.com.
The Executive Hydroelectric Commission of the Lempa River in El Salvador is generating recurring conflicts with international companies who they have contracted.
"The administration of the Executive Hydroelectric Commission of the Lempa River (CEL) is still creating expenses for Salvadorans both because of a lack of investment as well as the international arbitrations it has caused, for which it had to pay millions in compensation, and what is more, it is likely to continue to incur expenses in the 'conflict resolution'," according to an article Laprensagrafica.com.